Transforming Saudi organizations through mindful leadership by elevating employee experience for a multigenerational workforce along with reimagining employee engagement on how personalization can shape employee experiences were highlighted in a panel discussion
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: The 2nd annual HR Tech Saudi Summit, hosted by Q&A International on 10-11 December at Al Faisaliah Hotel, Riyadh witnessed remarkable discussions on the future of artificial intelligence and digitalization in the Kingdom. The power-packaged agenda including keynote presentations, panel discussions featured speakers from notable organizations and attracted attendance of HR and IT professionals from various public and private sector organizations. A variety of key subject such as HR digital transformation, importance of integrating people, process and technology with strategy were discussed along with newest trends, ideas and disruptions. The event highlighted knowledge sharing, ideas and innovation in HR, building the organization of the future, in line with Saudi vision 2030.
Themed around Driving Saudi’s HR Digital Transformation: The Future Is Now!, officially endorsed by “Digital Saudi” and supported by “Human Resources Development Fund”, the 2ndAnnual HR Tech Saudi Summit is the only premier event for HR Technology in the Kingdom, this year the Summit addressed key topics like Digital HR Transformation case studies, Artificial Intelligence in HR, employee wellbeing, digital disruption and the future of HR, corporate culture and employee experience by industry leaders from Human Resources Development Fund, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Saudi Aramco, Ma’aden, Saudi British Bank, Ministry of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, Saudi Telecom Company, Saudi Cable Company, Al Majdouie Holding etc.
Dr. Abdullah Alhomeadan, Adviser and General Director of Administrative Affairs, The Royal Court, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, speaker at the HR Tech Saudi Summit said, “I had the honor of participating in the 2nd Annual HR Tech Saudi Summit under great theme of Driving Saudi’s HR Digital transformation. The conference was top notch and the quality and the level of participation was excellent. This conference has been one of the best conferences I have attended in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The opportunity for networking with delegates from both private and public sector was impressive.”
Rani Abu-Shaar, General Manager, AppsPro, participant at the HR Tech Saudi Summit said, “This is our first time to participate at the HR tech Saudi Summit and it was a very good opportunity for us to connect and interact with potential and prospective HR practitioners from high profile private sector organizations in Saudi Arabia. The networking sessions were constructive, and we were able to interact with a lot of prospective clients by answering their queries and talking about our offerings. We have also set up a lot of follow up meetings.”
Commenting on the event, Sidh N C, Director QnA International said, “We’ve received an over-whelming response at the 2nd HR Tech Summit held last week.Topics of extreme priority and relevance pertaining to the evolving field of Human Resource along with technology evolution offered attendees insights on how the future in shaping up in the kingdom. We’ve had esteemed speakers that have shed light upon the various different trends catching up in digitalization and AI, while sketching a roadmap on creating niche advantages through timely implementation for HR professionals of every industry. We are extremely pleased with the enthusiastic response we’ve received and we look forward to 2019.”
Transforming Saudi organizations through mindful leadership by elevating employee experience for a multigenerational workforce along with reimagining employee engagement on how personalization can shape employee experiences were highlighted in a panel discussion. Spotlight on what successful companies do differently by re-designing work around people, culture and technology received an extremely positive response. The discussion also revolved around unlocking the drivers of employee engagement and boosting HR performance to align both public and private sector companies towards the Saudi vision 2030.
The event was supported by industry leaders such as Oracle, the #1 provider of business software; Cigna, the global health services company, AppsPro and others.
About HR Tech Saudi Summit
The 2nd Annual HR Tech Saudi Summit is the premiere HR Tech event in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Working in line with the vision 2030 of the country, the HR Tech Saudi Summit brings new opportunities for human resource and talent management and shares the knowledge base and network of delegates and sponsors at the two-day event on December 10-11, 2018 at Al Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh. The HR Tech Saudi Summit is the only initiative that brings together HR and IT professionals from the unique business landscape of Saudi Arabia, on a singular platform, to discuss the newest trends, ideas and disruptions over a period of two days exclusively dedicated to and focused on HR Technology.
Organiser: About QnA International
QnA International creates and delivers business learning and development exchange platforms through B2B conferences, bespoke events and trainings. The company also has an expertise in outsourced sponsorship sales and key account management. www.qnainternational.com
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