10 Tips for Tip-Top Talent Management Technology

2014 Talent Management Conference
Workplace Application: Learn the three stages organizations go through in the utilization and deployment of technology and why they matter.

Technology:  it finds our way, our keys, our pets and even our children. It locates restaurants, controls our cars and makes everything so simple! But, just because technology enables, it does not mean we should always rely on it. Wingrove will explore some of the issues with deploying contemporary technology to support talent management and provide 10 tips to help avoid the pitfalls and be successful. He will guide you through the three steps successful organizations take when implementing talent management technology as well as details on how to successfully use technology to align talent management efforts with employer and employee goals. You will learn the answer to the question “why use talent management technology?” and how to ensure that processes and technology address the talent needs of your organization and employees.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 1:30pm to 2:45pm

Clinton Wingrove


Clinton Wingrove is Executive Vice President and Principal Consultant at Pilat HR Solutions.  An extensive writer and speaker on contemporary Human Capital Management, Clinton has spent more than 35 years in the field of performance management and development.  With his early careers in clerical work design & measurement, and computer systems design, followed by line management and, later, training and development, and then consulting, Clinton was recently described following a keynote presentation as a "Futurist, Pragmatist and Passionator."  

Clinton believes passionately in designing and implementing processes and tools that are future-focused ("Waiting to discover what others have already done is a recipe for stagnation and decline").  He also believes in the behavior engineering power of integrated processes and technology ("Anyone in the Apple-era who believes that you can’t change behavior with technology probably also believes that the world is flat").  

Lastly, he believes that those organizations that will ultimately succeed will (a) realize the power of the connective (those transitory connections, across space and time, between people who may never know each other or even connect again), (b) the importance of respect in the workplace, and (c) the power of passion; ensuring that employees truly believe in and enjoy what they do.  

Presidential Chamber B
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Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
HR Expertise
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