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21st March 2019, Belgrade
The world is changing and “running” faster each and every day. Companies are adjusting to this shift and transforming their culture in order to be more agile and flexible.
We will discuss:
We are living Industrial revolution 4.0 and it is expected to change the way we think and the way we work.
How to reshape leadership model in order to “get to the final destination” and ensure continuous development and business growth? The key to success is the symphonic C-suite. We will get an insight on
Milina Petrović Milošević
Parking is not provided by NIS a.d. Free/paid parking places can be find near Crown Plaza
8.30 - 9.00 – Registration and coffee break
9.00 – 10.00 – Introduction
Welcome speech of NIS CEO and HR Director
10.00 – 11.30 – I Session
VIP CEO (Dejan Turk) will inspire on how to lead from the heart
C-Team (Oana Botolan) will reveal what is Compensation v4.0
Spenser Stuart (Tatiana Chernysheva) will share best practices on how to motivate for cultural change
11.30 - 12.00 – Coffee Break
12.00 - 13.30 – II Session
PWC (Tanja Kuzman) will “stretch” our vision of flexibility
Boston Consulting Group (Orsolya Kovács) will decode the talent of the future
Consultants and business gurus will discuss how to create “Business-wise HR”
13.30 - 14.30– Lunch Break
14.30 - 17.00 – III Session
Nestle (Renata Matusinović) will boost our creativity and thinking “outside of the box”
GazpromNeft (Elena Surmeyko) will share experience in cultural transformation
Absence Management Institute (Sandra Ćupurdija) will re-shape the workforce efficiency
Lifeaddwiser (Kira Bubnova) will digitalize well-being concept
Mercer (Stefan Vukajlović) will create a vision of 2025 future
HR visionaries will discuss how to “HaR-monize” business