Center for Human Resources at the Wharton School Track

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Peter Cappelli
Director of the Center for Human Resources
The Wharton School


The Wharton Track at HRO Today Forum represents the latest knowledge and research in HR from one of the top business school in the world.  The program will give you invaluable perspective on how to plan your career, manage your organization and utilize data and metrics to have maximum business impact.

Why does Wharton do it?  They learn from all of you.  That’s right.  The invaluable opportunity to interact with people who live inside the HR suite helps them gain perspective on the pressures and realities, and establishes their research priorities and agendas.

Track sessions include:

HR Town Hall Meeting

Got questions? We’ve got answers. HRO Today CEO Elliot Clark will moderate a town hall-style meeting with the expertise of Peter Cappelli, the Director of Wharton School’s Center for Human Resources. In this interactive session, Clark will take questions on the hottest issues in HR and Cappelli will share his insights based on 20 years of research. A lively discussion on thought-provoking topics is guaranteed.


Elliot_Clark_100x100Elliot Clark
HRO Today


Peter_Cappelli_100x100Peter Cappelli
Director of the Center for Human Resources
The Wharton School


What’s Next in Workforce Management?

Enlightened organizations challenge their MSP to be far more.  A forward-focused MSP can uncover opportunities for ongoing savings and can leverage analytics for demand forecasting and talent retention for both geographic reach and solution coverage.  As a trusted advisor, the MSP should spearhead transformational initiatives that reconfigure the value proposition of a workforce management program.  Evolving from tactical “req to check” automation to a total talent strategy is the new summit that needs to be surmounted, in light of both the growing workforce complexities and the mounting challenges of a skills vacuum that could put the brakes on growth and innovation in the near future.


Brian Salkowski
President, Managed Services
Impellam NA 


The Performance Management Revolution

In this session, we consider the progress that companies are making to reform their performance appraisal system. Although the tide of change has slowed, many are still considering changes, and those that have are pushing the change process further to rebuild the supervisor role and change the employee experience.


Peter_Cappelli_100x100Peter Cappelli
Director of the Center for Human Resources
The Wharton School

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