SWP Conference

Strategic Workforce Planning Conference

etc venues, 200 Aldersgate, London EC1

Global Conference Series - Launch Event

3 November 2022

Hosted by The Workforce Planning Institute

Early bird sale ends 30 September - book now!

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The SWP Conference arrives in EMEA

Join us in London for the launch event of the global SWP Conference series, and connect with up to 150 senior professionals and leaders in Strategic Workforce Planning, Talent Intelligence, Data-Driven People Strategy, and the Future of Work.

Learn about the most successful SWP work at NatWest, EY, Nissan, Campari Group, Jaguar Land Rover, Roche, Babcock International, Allianz, Kantar Group, PayPal, and Police Scotland, and join peer-to-peer roundtables.

#SWPConference

Nick Kennedy Workforce Planning Institute
Nick Kennedy - Chair, The Workforce Planning Institute

A new global conference series, exploring how
data and technology are combining with
new methodologies to enable
better workforce planning for the
new world of work.

in partnership with

Speakers

Gill Aggus Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover
Gill Aggus
Strategic Workforce Planning Manager, Jaguar Land Rover
James Bryce, Group Director Workforce Planning, Kantar Group
Kantar Group
James Bryce
Group Director – Workforce Planning, Kantar Group
Antony Ebelle-ebanda Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson
Antony Ebelle-ebanda
Global Head of Digital Surgery Integration & Talent Insights, Johnson & Johnson
Sam Fletcher PayPal Talent Intelligence
PayPal Talent Intelligence
Sam Fletcher
Global Head of Talent Intelligence, PayPal
Ausra Gabrenaite Workforce Planning Nissan
Nissan
Aušra Gabrėnaitė
General Manager Strategic Workforce Planning – EMEA, India & Oceania, Nissan Motor Company
Adam Gibson Strategic Workforce Planning Leader, EY Agile Workforce Planning EY
EY
Adam Gibson
Strategic Workforce Planning Leader, EY
Matt Higgs Babcock International Group
Babcock International Group
Matt Higgs
Group Head of Strategic Workforce Planning, Babcock International Group
Chris Hare eQ8 Enterprise SWP
Alicia Roach Chris Hare eQ8 Dynamic Scenario Strategic Workforce Planning
Chris Hare
Founder & CEO, eQ8
Philip de Neve Talent On Demand
Talent On Demand
Philip de Neve
Owner, Talent On Demand
Vanessa Pietrobon Workforce Planning Expedia Group
Roche Pharma
Vanessa Pietrobon
Strategic Workforce Planning Manager, Roche Pharmaceuticals
Emanuele Poletti Campari Group
Campari Group
Emanuele Poletti
Group Workforce Planning & Analytics Manager, Campari Group
Alicia Roach eQ8 Dynamic Scenarios SWP
Alicia Roach Chris Hare eQ8 Dynamic Scenario Strategic Workforce Planning
Alicia Roach
Founder & CEO, eQ8 (TBC)
Tatiana Villalobos Baum Allianz
Allianz
Tatiana Villalobos Baum
Global Head of Talent Management and Sourcing, Allianz Global Investors
Gemma Willman NatWest Workforce Planning
NatWest Workforce Planning
Gemma Willman
Senior Director – Head of Workforce Enablement, NatWest Group
Jen Allen Police Scotland
Police Scotland
Jen Allen
Strategic Workforce Planning Manager, Police Scotland

Agenda

08:50

Australia
Workforce Planning Institute

Nick Kennedy · Chair · The Workforce Planning Institute

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Strategic Workforce Planning: The Future of Work Unlocked

09:00

United Kingdom UK
EY

Adam Gibson · Director, Strategic Workforce Planning Leader · EY

Creating a Sustainable Workforce

The moral imperative for Agile Workforce Planning. In this provocative session, Adam will discuss the ‘three evils’ of the unsustainable workforce, their impact on the UN’s sustainable development goals and how to solve them with agile workforce planning.

09:30

Dubai UAE
Nissan

Aušra Gabrėnaitė · Head of Strategic Workforce Planning & People Analytics · Nissan Motor Company

Defining and Planning the Journey from Operational to Strategic Workforce Planning

Everyone’s journey is unique – there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to strategic workforce planning. As much as it’s an organisation’s journey, it may be also your professional one, and there is nothing more exciting than figuring it all out! In this session, Ausra will share how SWP has been – and still is – evolving within Nissan, and lead an open discussion with attendees about successes and objectives.

10:00

United Kingdom UK
NatWest Workforce Planning

Gemma Willman · Head of Workforce Enablement · NatWest Group

Real Plans for Real People – Bringing your SWP to Life Through Actionable Output

Gemma joins Nick Kennedy for a fireside chat about how NatWest are enabling their workforce through SWP. They’ll discuss the most important actions and initiatives that Gemma and her team have implemented as a result of their SWP activity, and the measurable impact on the business.

10:30

Networking Break

11:30

Australia
USA
Alicia Roach Chris Hare eQ8 Dynamic Scenario Strategic Workforce Planning

Chris Hare & Alicia Roach · Founders and Joint CEO · eQ8

Strategic Workforce Planning – Title TBC

11:30

germany
Allianz

Dr Tatiana Villalobos Baum · Global Head of Talent Management and Sourcing · Allianz Global Investors

Global Strategic Workforce Planning – 5 Key Elements for Rolling Out

Megatrends are making the labour market more complicated than ever. The skills required for different profiles are changing, big attrition is also hitting hard, and the economic uncertainties are making workforce strategies complicated. In this presentation, Tatiana shares how SWP became a strategic priority for AGI, and how it was operationalised on a global scale.

12:00

United Kingdom UK
Babcock International Group

Matt Higgs · Group Head of Strategic Workforce Planning · Babcock International Group

Strategic Workforce DOING

The truth is that busy executives, harassed managers and stretched HR teams don’t want data, a beautifully defined problem statement, or even a mathematical model describing how to “close the gap” – they want a prioritised task list and actions that yield demonstrable results.  Matt presents a short case study on realising the benefit of an investment in SWP through actually doing something with the data.

12:30

Buffet Lunch

13:20

Roundtable

Roundtable Discussions

Choose a topic, join a table, and connect with like-minded peers to discuss ideas and solutions together. Chatham House rules apply.

14:00

Keynote · Pending final confirmation

TBC

 

14:30

Switzerland
Roche Pharma

Vanessa Pietrobon · Strategic Workforce Planning Lead · Roche Pharmaceuticals

Embedding People Analytics in Strategic Workforce Planning

People Analytics and Talent Intelligence provide an essential data-driven resource and guidance system for Strategic Workforce Planning. Too often, companies rely on financial and resourcing data to plan their workforce strategy, without including a robust and analytical approach to understanding their existing workforce and external labour market. Learn how Roche Pharma is connecting these dots.

15:00

Networking Break

15:25

United Kingdom UK
France

James Bryce

Kantar Group

Antony Ebelle-ebanda

Johnson & Johnson

Jen Allen

Police Scotland

Creating Business Value and Commercial Impact through Workforce Planning

How do you show commercial value through people insights, and then execute on the plan? This panel discusses combining commercial, value-creation analytics with recruiting and resourcing activities, and using a blend of people, finance and operational data sets to support short, medium and long term workforce planning.

15:55

United Kingdom UK
Jaguar Land Rover

Gill Aggus · Strategic Workforce Planning Manager · Jaguar Land Rover

Creating a Job Architecture:  The Journey of Creating a Job Family Framework

Rethinking and restructuring how roles and skills are categorised is becoming an essential next step in enabling Strategic Workforce Planning to be more agile and effective, and better serve the specific needs of the business. Join this final session with Gill and explore how to approach this mammoth task.

16:25

Australia
Belgium

Wrap-up

Nick Kennedy is joined by Philip De Neve (Founder, Talent On Demand) to review some of the key insights to emerge throughout the day, and invite further comment and discussion from the audience.

Afternoon Drinks Reception

Early bird offer ends on 30 September - book now!

All tickets include online access to livestreams and recordings of all presentations and panels, until 3 December.

Online Content coming soon