Global Organizational Restructuring from an HR Perspective
This program will examine the strategic, operational, and tactical elements of global organizational restructuring from a human resources perspective. We will review and discuss the human resources implications, points of consideration, and variations associated with redesigning a worldwide enterprise. We will also explore the cultural changes that accompany a global organizational restructuring and the behavioral modifications required to ensure success of the endeavor. These directorial shifts are required in order to achieve the future state.
Attendees of the session will observe case studies centered on global organizational restructuring. This module will feature a panel of speakers who will share their experiences from either a change leader or change agent perspective. Panel members will provide insights, lessons learned, and continuous improvement opportunities. There will also be a segment of the program dedicated to questions and answers. At the conclusion of the session, all participants will receive guideposts to support their individual professional development and future change initiatives.
Mark Naidicz, Vice President Human Resources, AbbVie
Manuel Cuevas-Trisan, Chief HR Offiver, Corporate Vice President, Employment Law & Protection, Motorola Solutions
Manuel joined Motorola’s Legal Department as Labor & Employment Counsel 1998. He leads the Labor & Employment team since 2012 and the Privacy & Data Protection, which he established, and became Chief Human Resources of the company in October of 2015. In addition to leading the People strategy of Motorola Solutions, he oversees the activities of the company’s non-profit, philanthropic arm, the Motorola Solutions Foundation.Mr. Cuevas-Trisán’s areas of expertise include EEO compliance, human resources management, corporate restructuring, downsizing, outsourcing, M&A, privacy/data protection, commercial and employment litigation, terminations, restrictive covenants, internal investigations, business immigration and talent mobility. From 2007-2010, Mr. Cuevas-Trisán served as Senior Commercial Counsel for Motorola’s Supply Chain organization, and led the legal team that supported Mobile Devices sales and field operations throughout Latin America.
Prior to Motorola, Mr. Cuevas-Trisán worked at the Puerto Rico law firm of McConnell Valdés and served as judicial clerk at the Puerto Rico Court of Appeals. He received his B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame, and earned his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Puerto Rico, School of Law. He obtained his Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals in 2011 and 2013, respectively.
Brenda Sural, Senior Vice President, Global Head of HR Operations, Northern Trust Corporation
The scope of Brenda's role includes payroll, HR operations, the employee service center and HR technology. Previously she was the Head of North America HR Operations at Kraft Heinz, and prior to that she was with Aon Hewitt.
While at Kraft Heinz, Brenda played a key role on the merger team developing the strategy and plan to combine the HR operations and technology. She is an HR leader, with over twenty-five years of professional experience in managing project portfolios, managing vendor relationships, leading shared services and global teams, and reengineering business processes.
Gosia Prior, Vice President, Talent & Development, Zebra Technologies
Gosia is a multilingual experienced Talent professional at Zebra Technologies. Her current focus includes culture shaping and integration, engagement, leadership development, talent management and acquisition as well as HR communications. She was brought to Zebra in April 2015 to help craft and execute People & Cultural Strategy for the new organization, post-acquisition of the Motorola Enterprise business. Ms. Prior specializes in helping complex, global organizations achieve business goals by deliberate focus on shaping and articulating organizational culture, acquiring and growing individual talent, and building great global teams. Her career has included hands-on experience across the globe including residing in four countries. Prior to joining Zebra Technologies, Gosia held talent management and development roles at IDEX Corporation, Takeda, and Tenneco. Ms. Prior earned her Master’s in Psychology from the Catholic University of Warsaw and completed Intercultural Studies and Sociolinguistics at the University of Reading, UK.
John Simmons, Vice President, Head of Global Human Resources, Takeda
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