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Has your organization been rethinking its approach to performance management? Are you moving toward a model of more ongoing dialogue and continuous feedback? Are you giving enough to your high performers? Are you effectively supporting ongoing growth and development for your employees and making effective talent decisions? These questions and many more will be addressed this year at SuccessConnect taking place September 11th through the 13th in Las Vegas. Join us to hear from over a dozen customers in the “Motivational Performance and Compensation Management” track along with experts from the SAP SuccessFactors HCM Research, Product Management and HR Strategy and Transformation teams as they share talent management trends, best practices, solution road maps, recommendations on change management, and research done in this area.

This year we are offering many ways to learn from experts and to interact with customers and partners. We have new session types, including a Meetup that is designed for casual networking and conversation – this is your opportunity to make connections based on common challenges, interests, and goals. Plus, we will have solution experts attending so they can answer any of those burning questions you have! We will also have Snapshot sessions for quick, 15-minute executive summaries on various topics. It’s a great way to take a quick break in the Solution Expo center and learn at the same time! Don’t forget to add those to your agenda. For those who want a deeper dive, join a Masterclass to hear from and interact with experts. Our Hands-on Labs let you experience SAP solutions in action! And we are planning a number of short solution demos in the Demo Theatre. We will also offer lectures, panels, overviews, and roadmap sessions where customers, partners, and SAP employees will share their knowledge and expertise.

Use the SuccessConnect agenda builder to plan your schedule. Below is a breakdown of sessions in the track – Motivational Performance and Compensation Management:

Overview: SAP SuccessFactors Solutions for Performance, Succession, and Compensation
Getting the Best Out of Succession Planning
Maximize Employee Development and Performance Impact with Effective Collaboration and Feedback
Strategically Investing Resources in What Matters: Making Effective Compensation Decisions
The New Total Compensation Planning Solution
More Than a System Rollout: Performance Management Back “On Track” at Kansas City Southern Railway
Performance and Goals Roadmap: Solutions that Help Employees Grow and Perform at their Best
Transforming Talent Management: Building the Case for Change
Developing Your PM Strategy Through Ongoing Feedback, Coaching, and Real-Time Rewards
Improve Retention with Effective Talent Decisions
Continuous Performance Management: Hands-On Lab
How Cargill Automated Budget Pools and Incentive Plans with SAP SuccessFactors Extension Application
Talent Management Meetup
Road Map and Direction for SAP SuccessFactors Compensation
Tips and Tricks for Expertly Running Managed, Unsupervised, and Open Mentoring Partnerships
Ensure a Seamless Process Using SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central and Compensation Integration
Succession, Calibration, and Presentations Road Map: Solutions That Drive Intelligent Decisions
The Importance of the Employee Profile for Talent Management
Performance Management Transformation: Research Insights and Practical Applications

Overall we have 140 total sessions, 18 roundtable sessions, 161 total speakers (including Michael J. Fox in our keynote!) and 100 customers speaking. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this amazing event. Hope to see you in Vegas!

If you haven’t already, register now for SuccessConnect Las Vegas!
Did you know SAP SuccessFactors was recognized as a Leader in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud HCM Suites and the 2018 IDC MarketScape for Integrated Talent Management, Performance Management, Compensation and Learning? Access the reports and learn why here.

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