HR 20/20 Report: The IPMA-HR Guide to Transformative HR
Includes a Live Event on 02/26/2020 at 1:00 PM (EST)
IPMA-HR recently released an updated HR 20/20 report, which provides a framework that HR professionals can use to shift HR services from being transactional to being more transformative. The framework contains four critical lenses through which HR initiatives should be viewed: Business Acumen, Innovation, Strategic Orientation, and Equity and Inclusion. In addition to the lenses, there are five focus areas: Leadership, Culture, Talent, Communication, and Technology. This webinar will review the report and provide practical guidance as to how HR professionals can identify pathways to success that will help them navigate from where they are today to where they need to be in the future.
Mila Cosgrove (Moderator)
Deputy City Manager, City & Borough of Juneau, Alaska
Prior to transitioning to municipal management, Mila Cosgrove worked in the human resources field for 30 years at the executive level for state and local governments in both union and non-union environments. She holds IPMA-SCP certification and is a graduate of the Pacific Program for Catalytic Leadership.
Lucinda Kenning (Moderator)
Founding Partner, HollidayKenning
Lucinda Kenning led the Human Capital Management division of the State of Oklahoma for seven years. She has led large structural reorganizations that resulted in transformational culture changes and is passionate about sharing her experiences and best practices.
Lucinda’s experience as a change agent began prior to her tenure in state government. She was a Loss Prevention District Manager for Wal-Mart, Inc. during a time of rapid growth and regional expansion. Lucinda oversaw and opened multiple stores in Florida. The cultural norm of the company was summed up in their motto, “we can do the difficult today and the impossible tomorrow.” Today, Lucinda models this energetic and optimistic approach in her business consultations. Lucinda is an in-demand speaker that has been praised for her ability to apply academic principles to real-word environments with solutions that are both evidence-based and implementable.
Lucinda is a seasoned leader in human resources professional organizations and respected mentor. She is active in IPMA-HR serving on national committees and holding multiple offices, most recently President in the Southern Region. Lucinda has been a member of the National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE), where she served on the Executive Council and received the 2017 President’s Award.