JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, March 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
To ensure the HR function undergoes a smooth transition to the latest technological tools requires motivation and change management. The latest speakers announced to headline HR Technology Africa conference will address cross-departmental and individual adjustments.
With only two weeks to go to HR Technology Africa (http://www.hrtechnologyafrica.com/Event.aspx?id=432708&utm_campaign=DFD& utm_medium=email&utm_source=Exact%20Target&utm_content=html&utm_term=HR%20tec h%20africa&MAC=%25%25MACCODE%25%25) conference, the event has yet another few exciting additions to the lineup: Peter Alkema, HR: Chief Information Officer from First National Bank (FNB) will address the benefits of integrated payroll systems and Melanie Shen, Human Resources Manager from Zoe-life will elaborate on bridging the communication gap for effective HR and IT collaboration. While changes in technology used are challenges on an organisational level, engaging the individuals involved for a positive change is essential. To help companies achieve a smooth transition, Inspirational Speaker, Andrew Horton, will talk about the power of change management for the success of HR transformation strategy.
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The conference will examine solutions and strategies to help organisations align IT with HR transformation strategy. The workshops, case studies and presentations will be led by speakers from companies such as Anglo Gold Ashanti, Vodacom, Standard Bank, Nestle, Du Pont, Safal Steel, ACSA. The conference Chairman, Hatem El Houshy from SNC Lavalin Arabia will deliver a practical insight to creating a value driven business case for efficient HR transformation and project life-cycle planning and implementation.
HR Technology Africa will take place 11-14 April 2011 in Johannesburg, Sandton Sun, South Africa.
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