Diane Holman has been appointed to lead Capgemini’s Head of Group Talent management as Senior Vice President. She brings 25 years of experience to the role and will support Capgemini’s priority and ambition to develop growth accelerating leadership talent.
Diane Holman has had a long and varied career in talent management and leadership. Starting her professional career at MassMutual Financial Group in 1988, a company where she fulfilled several roles, including Assistant Manager, Assistant Vice President, and Information Systems Organisation University Leader. During her spell at MassMutual, she was an Adjunct professor at the Western New England College Business School. In 1999 she made the step to General Electric, holding various positions there with her final role as manager of Organisation and Staffing. During her six years at the firm she led large-scale transformational projects, cultural integration programs, and their global executive education initiative. Over the next five she held roles at Reebok, Raytheon and Morgan Stanley, before starting at Wolters Kluwer in 2011 and becoming their Chief Talent Development Officer.
Holman holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst and an MBA from Western New England College.
At Capgemini Diane Holman will fulfil the role of Senior Vice President to head their Group Talent Management. Holman brings 25 years of experience in the management of talent, the development of leadership and succession planning to Capgemini’s people. “We are delighted to welcome Diane to the Capgemini Group. She has more than 25 years’ experience in talent management and leadership development and has the expertise to develop a global talent strategy that aligns to Capgemini’s priorities and ambitions for accelerated growth,” comments Hubert Giraud, Member of the Group Management Board, Head of People Management and Transformation. “We are confident that she will be an asset to the company and play an instrumental role in nurturing current and potential leaders across the Capgemini Group.”