For over a decade, we have used our combined 48 years of personal
experience plus the creative resources of Human Resource
Executive® to create a conference that helps HR executives
like you become tech-savvy and learn how to wrestle the business
benefits out of technology. We enjoyed seeing hundreds of familiar faces at the conference this year. We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas in 2013.
Editor & Publisher,
HR Technology® Conference
David Shadovitz, editor and publisher
of Human Resource Executive®,
a leading magazine for executives in the human resource profession,
has more than 30 years of experience in publishing. He also
serves as vice president of editorial for the LRP Magazine Group,
publishers of Human Resource Executive® and Risk & Insurance magazines.
David joined the LRP Magazine Group in 1987 and worked on
the start-up of both publications. Previously, he was editor-in-chief
of Gordon Publication's Computer Dealer magazine. In
addition, he has held senior editorial positions for several
>He is a recipient of a number of editorial awards, including
Jesse H. Neal Editorial Achievement Awards.
In 1996 David was inducted into the National Academy of Human
Resources, one of the HR
profession's most prestigious awards.
HR Technology® Conference,
Host of The Bill Kutik
Bill Kutik is considered the leading independent analyst of the HR technology marketplace with specialties in HCM, Recruiting, Talent Management, and social networking.
For 23 years, he has been Technology Columnist for Human Resource Executive® (six years for HREonline.com), and has served as co-chairman of the magazine's famous annual HR Technology® Conference & Exposition since it began in 1998. In 2008, he started The Bill Kutik Radio Show®, a bi-weekly online talk show with industry leaders, which now has more than 100 shows in the archive.
HR World named him one of “The Top 25 HR Influencers of 2007.” He was named a “Top 25 HR Digital Influencer 2009” and a “Top 100 Influencer.” In 2012, Human Resource Executive® named him one of the 10 "Most Powerful HR Technology Experts."
For 20 years, he was consulting editor for Esther Dyson's leading computer industry newsletter, Release 1.0. Previously he was the founding editor of the monthly magazine, Computers in HR Management; managing editor of Ziff-Davis' Computer Industry Daily; and a reporter for The New York Times and The New York Daily News. He has also published articles in Newsweek, Washington Post, Institutional Investor, New York Magazine, Business Month, IHRIM Journal, Cruising World and Backpacker (where he was the founding editor).
He has a BA degree from Harvard University and is president of Kutik Communications, a strategy, marketing and editorial consulting firm in Westport, CT, where he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.