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Day Three | 7 March 2024

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8:30

Registration and Morning Refreshments

9:00

Housekeeping 

9:15

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Chairperson’s Opening Address

Ray Nafatali, Manager People and Culture Data and Insights, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

LEVERAGING HR DATA FOR THE MODERN WORKFORCE

9:30

International Keynote: Employing data science and machine learning to develop predictive capabilities and generate future insights.

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Sravan Rajupalem, Data Scientist, ANZ  

10:10

Leveraging data to enhance employee wellbeing, development and to improve
the business’s EVP

  • Learning how data and technology enablement can enhance health and safety, resulting in a safer workplace for all employees

  • How using data to customise employee development and wellbeing increases engagement and job satisfaction, leading to improved productivity and higher retention rate

  • How to implement strategic management systems to strengthen your business’s EVP, elevating your employer brand and talent retention

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Alex Howieson, Head of People, Property and Safety, Sky New Zealand 

10:50

Morning Tea

HR DIGITISATION AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT

11:20

Panel: How your organisation can implement a digital HR system to support
change management and the benefits Sand drawbacks

  • How to seamlessly undergo a digital HR transformation through effective communication with all employees and leaders

  • Introducing digital HR systems to improve efficiency, data-driven decision-making, and enhanced employee experiences

  • Acknowledging implementation challenge and obstacles organisations face when implementing new systems and how to overcome these challenges

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Ben Choo, People Analytics and Systems Manager, Genesis Energy    

Manishi Kohli, Director Planning, Performance and Analytics, University of Waikato 

12:10

International Keynote: Preparing for the Brave New World – HR Technology, Analytics and AI 

  • A lot of organisations are implementing or have already implemented their HRIS on one of the latest Saas HRIS technology.  What’s next? 

  • How can organisations maximise their return on investments on their HRIS and HR Technology? 

  • How can HR Technology, Analytics and AI help to transform organisations with the future of work? 

  • What are the key risks and lessons learned for organisations to watch out for as they innovate into the Brave New World and The Future of Work? 

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Vincent Chung, Head of People Systems and Analytics, Lendlease

12:50

Networking Lunch

MANAGE PRIVACY ISSUES IN PEOPLE ANALYTICS WHILE EMPLOYING ALGORITHMS TO ENHANCE DIVERSITY

1:50

Case Study: How to leverage data through machine technologies

  • Identifying the role of AI in HR and the benefits and risks associated with it

  • Addressing the ethical considerations in HR data and analytics, including
    data privacy and bias

  • Discussing emerging HR tech trends and the future of Virtual Reality in HR

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Sally Smith, Head of People Analytics, NAB

2:30

Case Study: Exploring how algorithmic data can navigate diversity and inclusion efforts

  • How machine learning can remove non-inclusive language in HR policies,
    advertisements for recruitment and training materials

  • Identifying how organisations can simply implement algorithms and models that
    are designed to mitigate biases

3:00

Chairperson's Closing Address

3:15

Networking Afternoon Tea 

4:00

End of Summit

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