Is now the right time to transform your HR Technology and Operating Model for the New Normal?

Wednesday 9th December | 2pm GMT

Across the last few months, organisations have found themselves needing to mobilise large digital transformations and update operating models at an incredible pace just to maintain business continuity. As we move out of initial crisis mode and begin finding the path to recovery, HR leaders have the opportunity to take stock of their digital fitness more strategically. What operating models are required to function successfully in this new landscape? How are your peers ensuring that their HR will be digitally future-fit?

Join our virtual roundtable and discuss with your peers their strategies for taking their digital fitness to the next level through:

HRD Virtual Roundtables are open to senior HR professional only and all bookings are subject to approval by the HRD team. For further information please contact William Somogyi

Roundtable Moderator

Valerie Hughes-D'Aeth

CHRO & Consultant | Ex-BBC

Valerie joined the BBC as Director, HR in August 2014 and is responsible for HR, Internal Communications and the Academy. Prior to joining the BBC she worked for 5 years as Group HR Director at Amey with responsibility for the HR, Communications and HSEA strategy for 20,000 employees. During this time she led the people integration of 10,000 employees from acquired company Enterprise into Amey. Before joining Amey, Valerie was Group HR Director for Steria based in Paris and with global responsibility for 20,000 employees. She joined Steria in 2007 as a result of the acquisition of Xansa by Steria and was responsible for the people merger of the two organisations. She had worked at Xansa for 10 years, initially on a part-time basis while bringing up a young family, and then moving to Group HR Director in 2004. In addition to leading the HR function she developed a new HRO service line for the organisation. Her earlier career included working in HR at Selfridges and then at EDS in the Netherlands and subsequently in the UK.