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Union Square, New York

Thursday 19th January 2006

08.00 – 08.30
Morning registration, coffee and refreshments
08.30 – 08.40
Welcome and Introduction
Bill Sheridan (NFTC)
Welcome, housekeeping and event objectives.
08.40 – 09.20
Measurement and Metrics in International Mobility
Michael Elia (ETF)
Setting out the need for measurement and metrics to drive performance in International Mobility.
09.20 – 10.00
Intelligent Benchmarking
Tom Brazier (AIRINC)
Richard Cox (ETF)
Introducing the principles of intelligent benchmarking and how ImpaQt delivers it including a review of the “Policy Benchmarking Index.”
10.00 – 10.20
10.20 - 11.00
ImpaQt at Procter & Gamble
John Lucia (Procter & Gamble)
John Lucia will discuss how Procter and Gamble collects and uses benchmarking data, and how ImpaQt will help drive programs evaluations and changes at P&G going forward.
11.00 - 11.40
ImpaQt – Results and Analysis
Mary Ellen Myhr (AIRINC)
Delegates are taken through an, interactive review of three modules, with a focus on how ImpaQt helps users analyze results.
11.40 - 12.15
Workshop I - Intelligent Benchmarking
Delegates have an opportunity to discuss and shape the way in which ImpaQt helps users analyze results.
12.15 - 13.15
13.15 - 13.45
Business Context for International Mobility
Peter Newhouse (PN&Co)
Peter discusses the pressure for HR to take a more strategic value-adding role in supporting the needs of their business, and the increasing importance of measurement and metrics that this implies.
13.45 - 14.35
ImpaQt at Shell
Pam Braun (Shell)
Pam Braun will discuss the recent review of Shell’s international mobility policy. What use did Shell make of benchmark data, and how did they overcome the limitations? How would ImpaQt have helped in a policy and practice review of this type?
14.35 - 15.05
Aligning our Programs with Business Needs
Alan Chesters (ETF)
How the Program Overview module in ImpaQt, and the resulting "Program Alignment Scorecard", helps us to assess whether our mobility program is well-adapted to our business needs.
15.05 – 15.20
15.20 - 15.35
Program Overview - alignment quick scan
John Pfeiffer (AIRINC)
John introduces delegates to their own Program Alignment Scorecards.
15.35 - 16.35
Workshop II - ImpaQt going forward
Delegates discuss their Program Alignment Scorecards, the implications for their program, and what they would like to see in ImpaQt going forward.
16.35 - 17.20
Measuring ‘noise’: the dynamics of alignment
Michael Elia (ETF)
Tom Brazier (AIRINC)
Delegates will be introduced to the role of stakeholder metrics in program optimization, tying together the power of ImpaQt and EPM as tools to support International Human Resources in its strategic role with in the current business context.
17.20 - 17.30
Bill Sheridan (NFTC)
Wrap up.
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