Creating Innovative Solutions for Modern HR

Aug 17-19 2020
Chicago

Mimi Brooks

Chief Executive Officer Logical Design Solutions

Mimi Brooks is CEO of Logical Design Solutions (LDS), a consulting firm that envisions and designs enterprise digital solutions. Since founding the company in 1990, she has led LDS to become a recognized brand among the technology-focused management consultancies, and the trusted partner to Fortune 500 business clients.

LDS’ solutions are used by global organizations in all industries – and by people in challenging work environments with diverse needs, interests, and expectations. In these enterprise contexts, LDS is considered a best-of-breed consultancy with deep expertise and a 25-year commitment to experience design and innovation. Brooks has spoken at dozens of industry conferences and often keynotes Conference Board events.

Brooks is a former AT&T executive with a career-spanning focus on organizational design, technology-driven business transformation, and research on the changing behaviors of business users. She is an author on topics such as digital business strategy, digital transformation, future of work, digital organizational design, digital ethics, continuous learning, platform revolution, effects of information technology and AI on business strategy, business ecosystems, and the governance and sustainability of global, digital programs. 

Main Conference Day 1

Tuesday, August 20th, 2019

4:00 PM Digital Transformation: Lessons Learned from the First Wave of Digital Transformation

Across industries, companies recognize the compelling effectiveness of digitalizing the business environment, but in their desire to have one, they often forget that any digital system has to respond to companies needs. For HR this process can be even more disruptive. For example, an HRIS built without the design thinking approach can mean the loss of a huge investment. This session will teach you, that:

·Engagement and cultural change without the context of new work and new ways of working have limited sustainable value
·Positioning Human + Machine work allocation and design to be integral to critically-needed organizational design
·Giving leaders need better methodologies (beyond design thinking) for managing ongoing large-scale change as learning and adaptation is constant

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Mimi.

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