Workplace Flexibility at Iron Mountain: More Than a Perk

Workplace Flexibility at Iron Mountain: More Than a Perk

May 14

wawconJoin us for a case study on how Iron Mountain is expanding workplace flexibility with its Mobile Mountaineer Program. Hear from the storage and information management company’s vice president of HR business partnerships about how flexibility and mobility are an essential component of Iron Mountain’s workplace strategy and how a corporate headquarters relocation helped drive change through the workforce and corporate culture. In this session you’ll learn about the successes of the Mobile Mountaineer Program, the challenges encountered during implementation and the important role change management played in enabling culture change.

 

Workplace Flexibility at Iron Mountain: More Than a Perk

1117420Kim Looby is Vice President, Human Resources Business Partnerships, Iron Mountain. She is a strategic human resources business partner with 20 years experience in the information management, software development and financial services industries. She has proven expertise in leadership & organizational development, employee relations, staffing, compensation, training & development and benefits administration. She received a MA, Management from Lesley University and her BA, HR Management & Public Relations from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Matthew StegmeierMatthew Stegmeier is a consultant in change management with Stegmeier Consulting Group, and has been instrumental in applying the firm’s best practices and proprietary critical influence methodology to clients’ flex work, mobility, shared-space environments and other alternative workplace strategies. His experience prior to joining Stegmeier Consulting Group includes a background in human resource analytics, finance, and intellectual property protection. He completed his undergraduate studies at Miami University. He’s been interviewed about flex work by multiple media outlets including NBC News. Stegmeier is the co-author of the forthcoming book, “CAVE People in the Workplace: Managing Citizens Against Virtually Everything.”