Technology & HR Management Panel

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The Technology & HR Management Panel shares information in the area technology needs (HRMS, ATS, etc.) and how HR can select and effectively manage those systems. 

Panel Members

Paul L. Belliveau, SHRM-SCP
Senior Manager, Change Management Practicioner, Cognizant Technology Solutions

Paul Belliveau has an extensive blend of practitioner-based Human Capital/Human Resources Management, experience in enabling technologies, service delivery solutions, and management consulting. His HR/HCM domain experience includes generalist and specialized HR discipline focus, office automation and HR information systems, especially Organizational Change Management, HCM-in-the-Cloud, global business requirements, and talent management. 

Paul is a Senior Manager/Change Management Practitioner with Cognizant, leading large-scale change initiatives - driving people, process, and technology transformation; and integrating organizational behavior techniques to drive user adoption and acceptance of technology-based change initiatives.  

Previously, he was Managing Director with AVANCÉ - Human Capital Management Advisors, providing advice and consultation in a variety of HR, human capital management and HRMS practitioner/subject matter expertise to clients and their HR function. Concurrently, he was a Founding Member/Academic Chair and Human Capital Management Advisor with HRPMO - developing and delivering HR project management educational content, talent management & as-a-service delivery. He is also an adjunct professor at Southern New Hampshire University's Organizational Leadership Graduate Program. Paul served on the advisory boards for NH Dept. of Education (Educational & Vocational Rehabilitation) and SERESC (STEM Across NH), and is the HR State Council of New Hampshire - College Relations Committee Lead, and on the Board of Directors for the Manchester Area Human Resources Assn.  

He is currently Co-Chair of SHRM's Technology panel and served as member of SHRM's Global and Human Capital Measurement/HR Metrics Panels, as well as SHRM's HR Standards taskforce.

Previously, Belliveau was a Senior Principal with Infosys Limited; and held key HR/HCM positions with Kronos, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Raytheon. Belliveau holds a B.S. in Business Management from Boston University and M.B.A. from Rivier University.


Lisa Carlton, SHRM-SCP
Admin Director, Talent Acquisition and Total Rewards, Stormont Vail Health

Lisa Carlton is the Admin Director, Talent Acquisition and Total Rewards for Stormont Vail Health, an acute care health system located in Topeka, Kansas. She has over thirty years of experience in Human Resources management and administration for both profit and non-profit organizations. Lisa has served as an SHRM Special Expertise panelist and as SHRM State Council Director and Chapter President in the past. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Friends University and has presented at the several SHRM and other national conferences. 


Lindsay Evans
Director of Talent, Chatham Financial 

Lindsay is an HR practitioner passionate about impacting the human capital of organizations through people programs and technology solutions. Currently, she is Director of Talent for a global advisory and technology firm, Chatham Financial, headquartered near Philadelphia, PA with five additional offices globally. In her 12 years of experience as an HR practitioner, she has focused on people strategy, helping Chatham find, develop and keep the talent that drives the business.

As part of driving people strategies, Lindsay has served as technology champion for the HR function, implementing several platforms over the last 4 years. She has overseen the full project life-cycle of multiple platforms spanning research, selection, implementation, training/education, change management, and administration.

Lindsay is an active member of the larger HR community and loves learning from peers across industries. In addition to her participation on the SHRM special expertise panel, she currently serves as a local area network leader for Philadelphia Society of People and Strategy (PSPS). She also is a part of the DisruptHR movement, and was a speaker at Philadelphia 3.0 in May 2017 on the topic of “Change Averse Change Agents”.

Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. During undergrad, she competed as a Division I athlete on the Women’s Rowing Team, earning Team Captain and MVP awards over her four-year collegiate athlete career. Lindsay received her Masters of Arts in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, Teachers College in New York City.


Kristie Evans
Business Owner, HRPMO Inc.


Audrey Hogan, SHRM-SCP
Director of HCM Sales, Truno


Anna Langford, SHRM-SCP
Director, Compensation and Benefits-Human Resources, PharMerica

Anna joined the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) in 2009 and has been focused on driving innovation while positively impacting global talent development and business growth. Anna was invited to serve on the 2018 Special Expertise SHRM Panel. 
 
Anna has 20 years of Human Resources experience. Her leadership roles included Employee Relations, Recruitment, Organizational Design, HRIS and Total Rewards.
 
Anna holds multiple human resources certifications including SHRM-SCP, and is a certified GRP, CCP and Project Management Professional (PMP). She is the author of articles "The 'DMAIC' a Great Tool for Global HR Managers" and "Checklist for Your Next Staff Meeting" published in the Kentucky State HR Magazine. 
 
Anna has presented at various HR and Business forums, served on the Board-level Greater Louisville International Professionals (GLIP) Committee, and the Talent Attraction/ Retention Chamber of Commerce Executive task force. In addition, Anna was featured in the November 2013 WorldatWork magazine under Profiles in Career Excellence. Anna is also a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD). 

Anna earned her Bachelor degree with Honors in Business Administration from the University of Louisville and her Master of Science in Information Management from Aspen University.


Jon Lester
Digital HR Strategy Lead, IBM

Jon is the Digital HR Strategy Lead for IBM with responsibility for defining how IBM utilise technology to increase employee engagement through creating delightful experiences. Jon is an expert in HR cloud and cognitive offerings and is also developing Workforce IoT and Blockchain use cases for the IBM HR infrastructure. 

Jon has over 20 years working in HR technology, 11 of which as a consultant in IBM where he was the co-creator of IBM’s ‘Phase 0’ offerings, around transitioning organisations to the cloud. Jon has worked with a number of global organisations including Nestle, BP, Shell, & Rolls Royce in either a strategic capacity or to deliver cloud/on-premise transformations including SuccessFactors, Workday, Kenexa, SAP HR and Peoplesoft.

Jon received his Mathematics and Economics degree from Liverpool University and has a CIPP Payroll Management Diploma. He is Workday certified and a digital badge holder for ‘Disruptive HR in a cognitive era’ and also ‘Cognitive practitioner’.


Darcey McAllister, SHRM-SCP
Principal Consultant, HRT Northwest 

Darcey has over 20 years of hands-on human resources experience at both the strategic and tactical level having worked both with start-ups and small organizations as well as global companies. Her broad background including stints in finance and IT give her a holistic understanding of business operations.    From workforce planning to workplace investigations, management training to compliance, she brings practical experience to support her clients’ human resources needs. Her creative yet pragmatic approach results in practical solutions to often difficult problems. 

One of her interests is helping companies understand how new technologies will disrupt and shape future workforces. Developments in areas such as automation, artificial intelligence, and data analytics will fundamentally affect the future of business and organizations unable or unwilling to adapt will not survive.  

Darcey earned her MBA from Seattle University. She holds multiple human resources certifications, including an SHRM Certified Senior Professional (SCP).


Gene Raymondi
CEO/Founder, eni

Gene Raymondi is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of eni.  He is a national expert in the field of benefit engagement and integrated benefits, with over three decades of experience in the Human Resources field.  Raymondi is an innovative leader and active pioneer in benefit engagement solutions and HR technology.  By designing dynamic integrated benefit solutions and developing complimentary technological applications, he maximizes employee engagement, well-being, and productivity within organizations across the nation.

Raymondi has authored numerous articles and presented on integrated benefit solutions at conferences, associations, and webcasts including SHRM, HR Tech Outlook, Employee Benefit News, Employee Benefit Advisor, BenefitsPRO, HR.com, The Human Capital Institute, World Congress, HR Management, and the World at Work Total Rewards Conference. He has also authored his first book, Beyond Benefits, which details the concept of benefit integration. Raymondi's vision is to revolutionize how benefits are packaged, delivered and connected to employees in a way that maximizes return on employer investment.


Annette Scott
Payroll and Benefits Specialist, The Christman Company

As Payroll and Benefits Specialist for Christman, one of the country’s largest construction management firms, Annette lends her expertise to the complex process of payroll and benefits management where multiple project chargeability, a fast-paced mobile workforce, and other factors create unique challenges. Annette joined the company in August 2015 and provides strong workforce administration leadership to a national accounting team. 

Prior to joining Christman, she held roles of increasing responsibility in HR management and administration in the insurance, manufacturing and technology sectors. Her accomplishments include leadership of major payroll automation initiatives, oversight of payroll for up to 17,000 employees, redefining and automating processes for claims management including development of service-focused “employee as customer” practices, implementation of corporate records retention and paperless records programs, and enrichment of benefits programs while maintaining employer cost. 

Annette received her BS and MBA degrees, both in Management with a concentration in Human Resources and both with high honors, from Wright State University. Among her SHRM awards are the Leonard R. Brice Outstanding Student Award and Ted Henry Research Award. Annette previously was a member of the Student Outreach Committee and Technology & HR Management Special Expertise Panel.  


Jonathan Tanz
Director, HR Transformation, KPMG LLP

Jonathan Tanz is a Director in KPMG's Advisory Services practice out of Raleigh, NC with over 25 years of business and consulting experience. His areas of focus have been leading large-scale change management initiatives resulting in organizational and human capital transformation, HR service delivery design and implementation including shared services, outsourcing, and business process redesign. Prior to consulting, Jonathan worked for five years in operations in the public utility/power industry.

Tanz has led both Global, Multi-national and US/North America efforts including HR strategy development and implementation, business case, process and organizational design for HR. His multi-functional background in HR, Finance and IT has contributed to successful projects across a number of industries including Consumer and Industrial, Retail, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, and Financial Services, including significant project and program leadership roles, and membership in the Project Management Institute. Areas of expertise include the design of Human Capital operating models, process design, business case/financial modeling, call/service centers, and technology implementation and program management/integration.

Areas of Expertise

Each member is considered an expert in one or more of the following areas:

  • Business intelligence (reporting, data mining) 
  • Data Back-up and recovery 
  • E-Learning (also OD) 
  • Electronic signatures/changes in processes 
  • Email policies and practices 
  • Employee self-service (also C&B) 
  • HR Information Systems Management 
  • Internet Staffing (also workforce staffing) 
  • Manager self-service 
  • Managing Application Service Providers (ASPs) 
  • Monitoring/surveillance (also HSS) 
  • Payroll processing including paperless pay 
  • Recruitment systems (applicant tracking) 
  • Security and privacy issues caused by technology (also HSS) 
  • Strategic Workforce Planning  
  • Talent Management solutions (excluding e-learning) 
  • Use of intranets as HR delivery systems
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