The principles of good HR: How VodafoneZiggo stays ahead of the curve

November 4, 2021

As Executive Director HR & Member of the Executive Board for VodafoneZiggo, Thomas Mulder is responsible for VodafoneZiggo’s impressive HR strategy, built on a solid IT foundation. Are you intrigued by his expertise and interested in lessons learned? Then you are more than welcome to participate in this session.

  • Small scaled peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule
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Thomas Mulder

Executive Director HR & Member of the Executive Committee

From a background in management, Thomas has been responsible for HR development in organisations from a variety of sectors ranging from energy & utilities to IT and since 2012 in the telecommunications industry. Within Vodafone he has occupied executive positions both in the Netherlands and abroad, and consequently saw to the successful merge with Ziggo. In 2018, Thomas was appointed Executive Director HR and managed the workforce transitions and successful IT foundation that enables a forward-thinking long-term HR strategy.



The reason why VodafoneZiggo was able to confront the COVID-19 pandemic and now able to stay ahead lies in a strong IT foundation, enabling the organisation to formulate and execute an HR strategy and hit the new normal running. The goal was simple; getting out of the pandemic stronger than they went in.

Now, Thomas is planning for a future of VodafoneZiggo, the principles of which he will elaborate on in this session.


After Thomas’ presentation you will enter a small-scale, moderated discussion with him and the other participants. The Chatham House Rule applies to this session to ensure all participants can share their thoughts freely. Join this conversation on 4th of November at 16:00. Participation is free of charge.


HR & IT Directors

Main language

English (unless all participants are dutch)


  • Participants have to meet the previously described target audience.
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