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HR: DISRUPTING SAP - HR Transformation at SAP A Live Conversation with Brigette McInnis-Day

Hosted By: Human Resources


Do you want to transform your entire organization, grow your business, have rapid increase in EE engagement and leadership trust – Listen to how SAP changes the FACE of HR!

As Chief HR Strategy & Transformation Executive at SAP SuccessFactors, Brigette McInnis-Day, played a lead role in driving SAP through their own HR transformation beginning in 2012.

She faced many of the same challenges any one of us would face in a renovation of HR processes, practices and technology. One might think Brigette had one thing the rest of us do not have on this journey: they own the cloud software that would become their HR system of record - SAP SuccessFactors. And while that is true, SAP was migrating from a highly customized on-premise solution – one that was on a fully-integrated platform with the rest of the business – and one that was comfortable for a large majority of their employee population.

Taking this leap also meant, SAP had to drink their own champagne as a key reference customer of SuccessFactors and the reality was redesigning processes, changing employee mindset, challenging the old way of doing things, and pushing for improvements and investments in the solution itself.

SAP realized significant bottom line business benefits as a result of the disruption. By merging core HR data with financial data, SAP is now able to make intelligent predictions and decisions about the future of HR at SAP. They spend less time on execution of tasks and more time on strategic planning. Digital Boardroom helps to expose important data facts to leadership to make key business and talent decisions rapidly. Technology facilitates more frequent human connections throughout the organization and higher satisfaction across their employees.

Learn digital transformation of HR through this SAP case study, presented by Brigette McInnis-Day. Our lines will be open during this live broadcast to capture your own personal questions for Brigette


BrigetteMcInnis-Day, SAP

Speaker Bio:

Brigette McInnis-Day is the Chief HR Strategy & Digital Transformation Executive for SAPSuccessFactors. She spearheads an exciting new alignment in SuccessFactors’ global Center of Expertise, HR Value, Solution and Technology Advisors. Brigette is also the Executive Head of SAP’s Digital HR Experience team, a global program that positions SAP as the leader in Digital HR through world-class customer-centered events, promoting forward thinking HR Strategy, and creating compelling regional programs & demand management that focuses on sales conversion.

During her 15-year tenure at SAP, Brigette has gained extensive skills and experience byholding numerous regional and global executive HR roles, including four years as an ex-pat in Germany, and most recently leading HR for the Global Customer Operations (GCO) and Cloud Business Group (CBG) Board areas. Brigette brings deep organizational design and transformation skills both internally and with customers, an extensive network inside and outside of SAP and entrepreneurial skills honed during her time as a consultant.

In addition to her primary responsibilities, Brigette’s personal passion is to uniquely amplify SAP’s culture and behaviors through employee-centric programs. She has successfully piloted and run initiatives such as Build your Brand, LEAP (Leadership Excellence Acceleration Program), Talent Roundtables and People Communities. These programs contribute to each employee’s growth, development and personal brand. Her passion for people is evident in her ability to recognize and develop internal and external talent, push for diversity initiatives and deeply connect with colleagues from the c-suite to the early talent academies. Brigette is also known as an industry thought leader, sharing her experiences broadly. She is a passionate author, speaker and contributor for the WEF Agenda, Fortune, Forbes and HR Executive, among many other innovative forums.

Having grown up in upstate New York, Brigette received her bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology and Business from Ithaca College. Brigette went on to earn a master’s degree in Organizational and Industrial Psychology from the University of New Haven with Honors as a Graduate Fellow. She is currently based at SAP’s field headquarters in Newtown Square, PA.