Analyst Series

Analyst Series: HR Strategies

Duration: 120 Minutes

Amy Loomis

Research Director, Future of Work

HR Decisions to Fuel Business

Wednesday Oct. 20 | 2:00 PM ET


In this world where things are changing daily and what you did before doesn’t necessarily fit today, HR Strategies is committed to providing the HR community with what is needed now more than ever: avenues to see new technology to help during these times and expert guidance to help your team cope with the now and what lies ahead.

With a primary focus on driving HR success through technology, the HR Strategies series is intended for those looking to continuously optimize usage of current HR systems as well as those looking to buy. It’s where you’ll gain the insight needed to make critical HR system decisions that will fuel your business while supporting your organization’s unique needs now and in the future.

Remote Work and the Reimagined Workplace: Why hybrid work will define the future
Amy W. Loomis, Ph.D. , Research Director, Future of Work

The onset of the COVID-19 global pandemic has proven that traditional work models can evolve, that organizations and their employees can embrace change and that they can do so much faster than anyone imagined. It's also shown where we have significant opportunity to drive work transformation: from how we find and onboard, train and engage new workers, to how we offer all workers access to the resources they need to work effectively no matter their location. This presentation will explore IDC's recent research and perspectives on three core areas: Requirements for effective remote work, return to office technologies and empathic leadership for a hybrid future of work.

Amy has been an independent analyst consulting with a range of clients from Fortune 100 organizations to start-ups on digital transformation, learning and employee engagement. She spent 15 years at IBM in various leadership roles across external, internal and corporate communications and marketing. She was co-founder of IBM’s Think Academy, a global digital learning platform and program designed to engage employees and partners in learning about emerging technologies and digital transformation. Her client consulting, working with executive leadership teams, marketing and HR professionals, has focused on the intersection of technological and cultural change. Prior to IBM, Ms. Loomis worked for Rational Software conducting market research and building an analyst engagement practice.

Education and Industry Accomplishments:

  • Ph.D. Communication,Cultural Studies from University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • B.A. International Communications from Lewis and Clark College
  • Frequent speaker, presenter, panelist at industry and academic conferences as well as author for media outlets including CLO Magazine and Workforce Magazine

After sponsor presentations join us as we pop a bottle of the vintage chosen by our resident sommelier, Rachel DeAmbrose, who will provide a brief tasting on the wine you’ll. Be sure to provide the best address to send your wine on the registration form. Be sure to provide the best address to send your wine on the registration form.

Presents the CIO Recovery Guide: strategic technology decisions that will flatten the curve toward recovery
Certified sommelier, Rachel DeAmbrose, from the team honored with the 2016 James Beard best wine program, award, will lead the tasting with wines hand-selected for the event. Rachel attended the International Culinary Center's, Intensive Sommelier Training, and achieved Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers. She was first woman and youngest sommelier in world famous, Bern’s Steak House, known for its James Beard award winning wine cellar of rare and extremely sought after vintages.
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