Date: October 18, 2018 to October 18, 2018
Where: Blanc Denver- Sept. 6th, 6-10pm, 3150 Walnut Street, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80205
Ticket Price: N/A
In response to the talent pressures facing Intel Corporation, Kalani Ching grew a startup idea into an internal talent-as-a-service (TaaS) business, essentially building a Freelance Nation within Intel's walls. Through this innovative program, Kalani introduced real-time pay-for-performance compensation practices and zero-cost work-life balance programs. Kalani's "future of work" experiment earned a 2017 Optimas Award for Innovation, a global award by Workforce.com honoring innovative workforce management solutions that have achieved amazing business results for organizations. Join us on Oct. 18th to hear from Kalani on how Intel's Freelance Nation delivered: corporate cost-savings unmatched business value as measured by customer net promoter scores best-in-company organization health scores Date & Time:Thursday, October 18th: 8 - 10am8 - 8:30am: Warm breakfast & Networking8:30 - 10am: Session with Q&A Location:blanc3150 Walnut StDenver, CO 80205 $25 in advance or $35 at the door. Thanks to IMA Financial for sponsoring this event! Speaker Bio: Kalani Ching is the Onboarding, Integration & Internal Mobility Leader at Intel Corporation. As the founder and Program Director of the Freelance Nation at Intel Corporation, Kalani drove the pioneering "future of work" experiment focused on creating an internal gig economy and talent marketplace within the walls of the corporation. He has a passion for developing innovative talent programs to acquire, develop and retain Intel's most valuable asset. Kalani's broad career spans a variety of technical, corporate and leadership roles in the manufacturing and technology sectors and he constantly seeks opportunities to leverage engineering, supply chain and business principles to optimize HR Strategy and Talent Management at Intel. Kalani has a B.S. from Carnegie Mellon University in Material Engineering and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon - Tepper School of Business.