Boston’s business elite has been busy this past week. Catch up on who’s going where below:

Waltham-based social human capital management technology company PeopleFluent named Juan Albelo (photographed right) its senior vice president of sales. Albelo previously served as area vice president of North American HCM sales at SAP, and will be using that experience to manage PeopleFluent’s North American sales team, including the more than 60 new hires in sales, account management and sales support the company has on-boarded in the last 10 months.

BIND Therapeutics, a clinical-stage nanomedicine platform company, appointed Hagop Youssoufian as its chief medical officer. Youssoufian comes to BIND from Progenics Pharmaceuticals, where he worked as the executive vice president of research and development. In his new role, he will be responsible for overseeing the clinical development and operations of BIND’s internal pipeline.

The company also announced that Jeff Hrkach, who joined BIND in 2007, will be leaving his role as chief technology officer to pursue other opportunities. Hrkach has agreed to stay involved as a member of BIND’s scientific advisory board.

Jack Cady (photographed left), the former director of sales at RealPage, is now the vice president of sales at Package Concierge, developer of a package locker solution for apartments and student housing communities. Cady will be at the helm of the company’s national sales efforts, as well as be held responsible for establishing and managing strategic accounts and building strong relationships with prospects and customers.

Weston-based online recruiting services company Monster Worldwide announced that, effective immediately, Salvatore Iannuzzi would be stepping down from his role as chief executive and president for personal reasons. He will, however, continue to serve as director and non-executive chairman of the board.

Shared Ed Giambastiani, Monster’s lead independent director, in a statement:

Monster is grateful for Sal’s dedication and abilities in developing the strategy that promises to transform our company. We have the best products and solutions for our clients on a global basis and are rapidly delivering them to the markets we serve. We appreciate Sal’s agreement to serve as non-executive chairman. Sal will be available to assist in the completion of the strategic plan that was begun and was well under way under his leadership.

Timothy Yates, Monster’s former executive vice president and chief financial officer, will fill Iannuzzi’s role. The company also announced Mark Stoever will be promoted from his role of executive vice president of corporate development and Internet advertising to that of chief financial officer.

BlueConic, a provider of user-driven marketing in the cloud, named Daniel Gilmartin (photographed right) its chief marketing officer. Gilmartin is a member of the WHERE Mafia, given he served as the company’s vice president of marketing, prior to it being acquired by PayPal in 2011. He later served as the head of digital marketing for PayPal in North America.

In higher education news: Harvard Innovation Lab Expert-in-Residence Tony Wagner, the author of “Creating Innovators,” has joined the advisory board of Koru, a company that announced Thursday it would be expanding to Boston to connect college graduates with jobs at high-growth companies.

Images via Racepoint GlobalMetis Communications and Daniel Gilmartin