Fuel Real-Time Problem Solving With a Hacking Mindset
Solving big problems doesn't always mean big changes, slow processes, or complex solutions. This is particularly important for the challenges directly in front of us as talent leaders in the face of a dramatically shifting work environment. Solving larger problems and creating innovative solutions doesn't even require a big budget, a big title, or a huge committee. Building solutions that matter are often the result of smaller, meaningful changes made over time. Computer programmers, and yes – even hackers – have used this approach to solve problems and drive innovation for years with lasting results.
This hacking mindset is foundationally about quickly overcoming limitations to find effective and creative steps towards a solution that can be implemented immediately. Applying insights from a "hacking" framework, culture and engagement author and expert, Jason Lauritsen, will help you start finding ways to tackle real problems and make progress one small change at a time. Regardless of your title or experience, you can make important things happen through a series of smart, small changes (hacks).
What you can expect:
- You will leave with an appreciation for some of the core tenets of hacking culture – sharing, openness, decentralization, access to tools – and how they can be applied to your work and your organization.
- You'll get examples of applying a hacking mindset to certain HR/talent work processes.
- You will come to understand change as a process rather than an event and see that large changes are the culmination of a series of meaningful, small changes building upon one another.
- You'll leave with actionable insights and tools for immediate application.
Watch today to get the expert insights that can help you boost creativity and innovation in your organization!
About the Speakers
Employee Engagement & Workplace Culture Expert
Jason Lauritsen a keynote speaker, author, and consultant who will challenge you to think differently. He is an employee engagement and performance management expert who passionately believes that work can and should be a fulfilling experience for every employee.
Jason uses a blend of research, practical experience, and storytelling to empower managers to have a more positive impact on their people.
As both a former corporate executive and entrepreneur, Jason has always been dedicated to creating organizations that are good for both people and profits.
Jason also led the research team for Quantum Workplace's Best Places to Work program for three years. There, he studied the employee experience at thousands of companies to understand what the best workplaces in the world do differently than the rest to engage their employees.
Jason is the author of the books Unlocking High Performance: How to use performance management to engage and empower employees to reach their full potential and Social Gravity: Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships.
Principal Product Manager, Customer Success, Saba Software
As the Principal Product Manager, Customer Success in Saba's Strategic Services group, Anita draws on over 20 years' experience in consulting and professional services to help HR leaders recruit, engage, develop and retain their talent. Anita has been published in HR Daily Advisor and HRO Today, featured in an interview on BBC Capital and presented at DisruptHR Ottawa, Saba Insight and Halogen TalentSpace Live. Although she's worked with hundreds of organizations from IT to healthcare, Anita never loses sight of what HR is really about: people. Anita loves helping organizations manage performance so people are more engaged, happier and productive.