2016-Friday, February 5th – Corporate Restructurings
A Look at the Human Side of Corporate Restructurings
Date: Friday, February 5, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM (EST)
Location: SAS, Building C, Executive Briefing Center
Address: 820 SAS Campus Drive, Cary, NC 27513
Mergers. Acquisitions. Joint ventures. Spinoffs. New divisions. IPOs. Privatizing. Downsizing. Divestitures.
These are terms that are well known in the corporate world. Initial headlines announcing corporate restructurings typically focus on improved finances, less duplication of services and staff, the ability to grow a company faster, and the anticipation of higher returns (for shareholders, in the case of public companies).
But what about the impact on employees? And to the human resources organization? With big change comes the need for effective change management that deals with morale, productivity, organization design, benefits, systems, and much more. All while ensuring that the company stays on track to meet/exceed expectations.
We have the good fortune of having several members who have experienced one or more of these restructurings while in a senior HR leadership role. At this time, here’s who has agreed to tell us about it:
– Jodi Cheek, Armacell (recently bought by Blackstone, the biggest private equity firm in the world)
– Florina Gordon, Liquidia & Envisia Therapeutics (recently spun out a company from an existing one)
– Jason Kranack, Square 1 Bank (recently went public)
– Bill Donovan, M*Modal – Moderator (former CHRO of Nortel and has, quite frankly, been through it all!)
We will start with hearing their stories, and continue into a breakout format where you will have the opportunity to dive deeper into these topics as well as share your own situations.
We hope you can join us!Register Now