2021-February- The Inside Gig: How Sharing Untapped Talent Unleashes Org Capacity

Triangle CHRO Association Friday, February 5th 2021 from 12 PM to 1:30 PM (EDT) Microsoft Teams Meeting (Click to Register on EventBrite)  
What if the talent you're seeking to hire is already on your company's payroll but going untapped? Employees often have capabilities and aspirations that go far beyond their current job descriptions. Edie Goldberg & Kelley Steven-Waiss will show you how to optimize and energize your workforce by deploying the skills of the employees you already have inside your firm across organizational boundaries. This session will describe a bold new talent operating model that helps organizations to operate in a more agile manner. It allows your employees to bring their best selves to work while offering a platform that encourage continuous reskilling to prepare them for the changing skills required by your organization. By attending this session, conference participants will learn: • The business case to change the way we work • How to uncover the hidden skills within your workforce • A new Talent Operating Model that changes our approach to work • The six core principles that support the Inside Gig • A case study to demonstrate the ROI of this new approach to work In a rapidly changing economy that demands the constant reskilling of workers, the future belongs to companies that can access and deploy talent quickly and efficiently. Today’s organizations need to be able to quickly pivot and move talent to the greatest area of need. Unlock the hidden skills within your organization to keep your employees happy and engaged, improve your organization’s agility, and lower your costs. About Our Speakers: Edie Goldberg, Ph.D. is the President of E.L. Goldberg & Associates in Menlo Park, California. She is a nationally recognized expert in HR and talent management strategy and organizational effectiveness. Edie earned her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Albany, SUNY. She serves on the board of the SHRM Foundation, is Past Chair of HR People + Strategy (HRPS), and a Fellow of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology. She is the recipient of the HRPS Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions made to the HR profession.
Kelley Steven-Waiss is the founder and CEO of Hitch. She has been a CHRO in technology for the last 12 years with more than 25 years of executive management and consulting experience in human resources, change management, and corporate communications. Currently, she serves on the board of directors of Form Factor, Inc. (FORM), a publicly-traded semiconductor company based in Livermore, CA, is the Advisor Board Chair for Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF), she earned her BA in Journalism from the University of Arizona and her MA in HROD from the University of San Francisco, she is married with four children.
Triangle CHRO Association Board of Directors: Joy Clark, Worldwide Clinical Trials Christie Mabry, Biogen Gary Garber, Avalara Ranya Hahn, Participate Christiaan Heijmen, Triangle CHRO Association Horace McCormick, Anderson Automotive Donna Rhode, Triangle CHRO Association Marirose Steigerwald, Delta Dental of North Carolina

2020-November-TCHROA/NACEO Joint Meeting

Triangle CHRO Association Monday, November 9th, 2020 from 8 AM to 9:30 AM (EDT) Microsoft Teams Meeting
Join us for a joint meeting of the two groups.  The virtual meeting on November 9th will discuss post-election implications of the U.S. presidential election.  Lee Roberts, Managing Partner SharpVue, and Pope “Mac” McCorkle, Professor of the Practice in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University will lead the discussion on the election, partisanship in politics, and what's next in D.C.

2020–June- Using Data-Driven Solutions to Close the Gender Pay Gap, discussion led by Dr. Margret Vilborg Bjarnadottir

Triangle CHRO Association Friday, June 5th, 2020 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EDT) Microsoft Teams Meeting
Event Details

The gender pay gap (and other demographic pay gaps) are a topic of discussion in the boardroom, in the media and among policy makers, with multiple new legislation being passed in a number of states as well as across Europe: in Denmark, Great Britain, and France to name a few. Two years ago, Iceland passed a law requiring every organization with more than 25 employees to obtain an equal pay verification. In this talk we will discuss the motivation behind the legislation, talk about how companies have reacted, and how quantitative decision tools can help drive pay equity and support decision making.

About Our Speaker:

Margrét Vilborg Bjarnadóttir, Assistant Professor of Management Science and Statistics at Robert H. Smith School of Business at University of Maryland 

Margrét Vilborg Bjarnadóttir is an entrepreneur, a researcher and an educator. Dr. Bjarnadóttir is an Assistant Professor of Management Science and Statistics at Robert H. Smith School of Business at University of Maryland. Dr. Bjarnadóttir’s research focuses on data-driven decision-making, addressing challenging, complex problems of significant social impact. Over the past few years she has focused in part on people analytics and the pay gap in particular. In 2016 she co-founded PayAnalytics to apply data analytics to eliminate the gender pay gap, changing how organizations measure and more importantly close the gender pay gap, arming HR managers with quantitative decision making tools. Her work on pay equity has been covered by outlets such as HBR, Forbes, BBC, HR magazine and others. Most recently she was awarded the GWIIN - overall inventor innovator platinum award.

At the Smith School, Dr. Bjarnadottir teaches quantitative modeling and data analytics at the graduate level both in the traditional classroom format as well as online, and has received multiple awards, including the Krowe Teaching Award. Her academic work has been published in multiple journals, including Operations Research, Production and Operations Management and Organization Science. She serves on multiple editorial boards. Dr. Bjarnadottir holds a B.Sc. degree in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering from the University of Iceland (2001) and a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2008).

Triangle CHRO Association Board of Directors:

Christie Mabry, Biogen

Gary Garber, Avalara

Ranya Hahn, Participate

Christiaan Heijmen, Triangle CHRO Association

Jason Kranack, PacWest

Jenn Mann, SAS

Donna Rhode, Triangle CHRO Association

Michelle Byrd, Zaloni