Digital HR Transformation Workshop

Work Smarter, Not Harder Utilizing the Latest in HR Technology

2 day in-person class or 4 half-day online sessions

Offered in-person & online

Accredited by HRD Future & Course Trainer

Course Introduction

Crises often knock us on to a different path allowing for new ways of thinking and doing. The time has come to work smarter, not harder by leveraging digital technology to improve people engagement, innovation, and performance. 

Changes in the way we work – where, when, how – have come quickly and will drive a more digital and integrated working experience. This workshop will give you the tools, models, and capabilities to get the right people, in the right place, at the right time, with the right skills and motivation to permanently improve workforce engagement and performance.  Solutions based on proven methods and tools by the world’s most successful companies.


  • Identifying and acting on opportunities for digital HR transformation change
  • Linking people strategy to the emerging organization digital change imperatives
  • Change management principles to help drive digital HR change
  • Transformed HR operating model design to implement successful digital transformation
  • Business case modelling for digital HR organization change
  • Digital HR technology analysis, selection, and implementation
  • Business change road mapping and risk mitigation
  • HR and finance analytics and benefits measurement.

Learning Style

Four half-days, interactive, workshop with:

  • compelling presentations with the latest research
  • live polling
  • real life case studies of successful companies
  • group exercises with digital participant guide, to take away and use back on your job
  • group discussion and debate



Great workshop and very interesting stories – HUG DANIEL (ZEHNDER GROUP INTERNATIONAL AG) BASEL, SWITZERLAND

A great session to be a part of. Tim brings with him huge industry experience which makes it such a practical and realistic experience – ANIKET UPADHYAYA | MANAGER HR | ZENSAR, MUMBAI INDIA

Pleasantly surprised. Very interesting + added the value to my role and business – MARIE-ELAINE THERIAULT – VALEANT, MONTREAL CANADA

Course Trainer

Tim Ringo, Chartered FCIPD, is an author, speaker and executive board advisor on topics related to HR and Human Capital. His latest book, Solving the Productivity Puzzle, published August 2020 on Kogan Page, recently won Business Book of the year (HR and Management), by the prestigious, Business Book Awards. Tim is a former senior executive in Accenture, IBM and SAP. He has over 30 years’ experience as a senior executive in the HR Consulting and HR Software industry. He has architected and led some of the largest and most successful HR change programs in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Learning Objectives

Understand the new opportunities for digital business transformation presented by the COVID19 crisis

Develop a clear understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by implementing digital workforce technologies

Develop a set of HR change priorities to help your organisation reposition people strategy to support changed business priorities

Develop an understanding of the role of the digital technology in supporting new HR operating models and remote working

Understand how to improve organization productivity from using digital technology for flexible and remote working

Embrace the opportunity to adapt HR Operating models to help the organization focus on improving people engagement and well-being

Build a roadmap for change and a business case to make the financial case in your organization.

Who Should Attend?

This course is based on Tim Ringo’s proprietary research and writings on how the steady advance of digital workforce technologies is creating opportunities for positive change in the workplace.  It contains research from his latest award-winning book, Solving the Productivity Puzzle, (Winner, Business Book of the Year – HR & Management, May 2021

Roles: HR, IT and Finance managers, and heads of departments as well as CHRO, COO, CFO and CIO.

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