Guest Speaker : R “Ray” Wang, Forrester Research, Vice President & Principal Analyst Current economic conditions drive enterprises to shift their workforce to both a more decentralized and a free agent model. Meanwhile, economic forces are leading to the creation of more agile work models. As this pool of skilled workers increasingly becomes independent of specific corporations, real time workforce planning is now a strategic necessity especially for organizations that have increasingly collaborative project work. Today, location and availability are not the only primary drivers for capacity planning; matching skill-sets, areas of interest, past experience, and real-time staffing has emerged as important workforce planning factors to consider. Join us on March 25, 2009 to learn how these trends are playing out and how project based solutions can play a role in addressing these real-time workforce planning challenges.
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Who Should Attend: Senior executives at VP, CIO, and Director levels interested in project management applications or in charge of optimizing resource deployment and sourcing.
|Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Time: 10 am Pacific/ 1 pm Eastern
Duration: 1 hour
About the Speaker: Ray serves Business Process & Applications professionals. He analyzes trends in enterprise resource planning (ERP) for the enterprise and midmarket. He also delivers strategic guidance in software licensing and pricing, researches business processes such as the order management cycle and continuous customer management, and assesses functional areas such as customer data integration and the impact of service-oriented architecture (SOA) on packaged applications. With this understanding of the overall ecosystem of solutions, technology, and system integrators, Ray provides strategy and guidance for many clients navigating through the vendor selection process. In 2008 Ray was recognized by the Institute Of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) as Analyst of the Year.
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