Jeffrey Haynes

Jeffrey Haynes

Jeffrey Haynes is a director with Baker Tilly Digital. Currently, he specializes in translating an organization’s strategy for their people into actionable plans for their human resource (HR) technology. He assists clients in modernizing their back office practices to transform their organizations through more efficient and effective processes. With deep experience in higher education, Jeffrey has brought several successful Oracle Cloud projects to fruition in higher education and serves as the ongoing relationship manager for these and other clients. Additionally, Jeffrey is a thought leader on Oracle Cloud in higher education attending and speaking at conferences such as EduCause, NACUBO, CUPA, Oracle Open World, Oracle Modern Business experience, etc.

With approximately eight years of specific Oracle Cloud experience, Jeffrey was vice president – cloud transformation at Oracle, assisting clients with connecting business strategies with technology and serving as a thought leader and advisor to senior practitioners and executives. Prior to Oracle, Jeffrey worked for Mercer HR Consulting in their higher education vertical and was an executive in corporate HR environments as well.

  • Broad HR-related skills, with interests in HR and financial technology, reward systems, performance measurement, analytics, and job structure
  • ­Both corporate and consulting experience as diverse as telecommunications and high-tech manufacturing, energy and eCommerce, and healthcare and higher education.
  • ­Most recently Jeff was VP-HCM transformation with Oracle, a principal with Aon Hewitt and Mercer, and has also led global total rewards organizations for Micron Technology and Qwest Communications
  • ­World at Work, Certified Compensation Professional
  • ­Frequent speaker in higher education and Cloud conferences

Location

Chicago, IL

Education

Master of Business Administration with concentration in management

Colorado State University

Bachelor of Arts in psychology

University of Colorado at Boulder