Hardly a provider of human capital or workforce management has missed the tsunami of mobile applications, connecting smartphones or tablets to HCM applications over the cloud. These always-handy “in-your-pocket” applications can provide immediacy and 24/7 accessibility to both managers and workers. But what does this mean for your organization?
Neither HR nor IT departments can afford to give employees access to this plethora of applications without serious planning. This webinar looks at the areas that need to be addressed in moving to a mobile workforce.
Join Dr. Katherine Jones, longtime industry analyst covering HCM technology at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP, to review the critical areas underlying a mobile strategy and deployment in your organization.
You will learn:
- Criteria in developing a mobile strategy for your organization.
- Device management: Who’s responsible.
- The impact of BYOD (bring your own device) vs. corporate-supplied mobile devices.
- Planning for security and cost.
- Cost ramifications.
Katherine Jones - Researcher and Senior Manager, HCM Technology - Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Dr. Katherine Jones is a researcher and senior manager covering HCM technology at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP.She focuses on research on the underlying technologies and services that support the management of a global workforce, including HR, hiring and performance management, and workforce planning. Jones is a veteran in enterprise workforce and talent management applications and a recognized expert in cloud computing. Prior to joining Bersin by Deloitte, she was a research director at the Aberdeen Group for eight years, where she established Aberdeen’s Human Capital Management practice, focusing on research and consulting services in HR, talent acquisition, workforce management, ERP and mid-market companies; she was later the director of marketing for NetSuite Inc., a cloud-based ERP company.
Jones has written widely on many areas of talent management, technology and business practices, with more than 300 works published to date. Prior to a high-technology career, she was a university dean, involved in academic administration, research and teaching. Jones is a frequent speaker and is widely published in the U.S. and abroad. She has a master’s and doctorate degree from Cornell University.