How to Put Innovation to Work for You
Accelerating technological change and rapidly evolving market conditions are continuously pressuring large, complex organizations to increase speed, drive efficiency, and improve customer experiences. To orchestrate and execute at scale, organizations are finding innovative ways to build cultures and capabilities that enable continuous business transformation.
Access on-demand for an exclusive session with Larry Kleinman, founder of Lumevity and EVP & CHRO of Highmark Health, Marcus Johnson, SVP & Executive Director of Lumevity, and Deborah Rice-Johnson, President, Highmark, Inc., as they share the secrets to their transformation success.
Meet the Panel
Larry Kleinman is executive vice president, chief human resources officer for Highmark Health, and founder of Lumevity. Mr. Kleinman is responsible for all aspects of human resources across Highmark Health, including compensation, organization effectiveness, benefits, talent acquisition, diversity and inclusion, and talent management. Read more here.
Marcus Johnson is senior vice president of enterprise effectiveness for Highmark Health, and founder of Lumevity, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Highmark Health. Mr. Johnson is a seasoned executive with 20 years of consulting and industry experience leading organizations and clients through large-scale business transformation. Read more here.
Deborah Rice-Johnson is president of Highmark Inc. and chief growth officer of Highmark Health. She is responsible for providing senior leadership and strategic direction for the company’s multi-state health insurance organization and diversified businesses, totaling over $18B in revenue. Read more here.
Meet Your Host
Pat Petitti is the co-founder and CEO of Catalant Technologies, the market leader enabling companies to get from strategy to execution faster. Forward-looking executives partner with Catalant to help them to transition to work with greater agility to accelerate growth, drive efficiency, and rapidly innovate.
Petitti is also co-author of a book titled, Reimagining Work: Strategies to Disrupt Talent, Lead Change, and Win with a Flexible Workforce, which lays out a vision and path for a new relationship between global companies and talent.
Prior to founding Catalant, Petitti was a consultant at negotiation and conflict management consulting firm Vantage partners, and before that at Booz Allen Hamilton. Petitti received his BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and MBA from the Harvard Business School. He is a Bostonian born and raised.
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