Commonwealth Human Resources and ICT 2016
November 21, 2016November 22, 2016
Human Resources and Information and
Communication Technologies
21st to 22nd November 2016
The Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) announces its Human Resources and Information and Communication Technologies (HR&ICT) conference to be held as follows:
Dates: 21st to 22nd November 2016
Venue: Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica
Host: Office of Utilities Regulation of Jamaica
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) impact all aspects of governance and all sectors of business. Understanding the unique human resources needed in the ICT age is a constant challenge for human resource professionals. On the other hand, ICTs play a key role in human resource management. Human Resources and ICTs is an annual conference specifically designed for human resource professionals of the ICT sector to help plan, procure, develop and retain appropriate human resources as well as to understand the benefits of ICTs in human resource management.
HR4ICT is organised, as an open conference for the benefit of all HR professionals, to examine the role ICTs play in human resource management as well as the human resource needs of the ICT sector. The event presents a single window to meet with senior executives of human resource management from a range of Commonwealth countries.
In addition to learning from a faculty of renowned experts, the event also offers an opportunity to compare notes with peers, establish contacts and expand your network.
Key themes that will be considered at the event are:
  • Tomorrow’s ICT landscape
  • The transition from Human resource management to human capital development
  • How could ICTs streamline the recruitment process
  • Enhancing knowledge management through the use of ICT
  • From Performance evaluation to performance management using ICTs
  • Outsourcing, Insourcing and Sharing services
  • How could ICTs assist better employee engagement
  • Data: Analytics, security and privacy
  • Workplace Ethics
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