Posts Tagged analytics
Wait, that wasn’t a good story? Isn’t that how you remember it? Well, it has all the key components that you need to know. It has the who, the what and the how. It also has information on the results. So, what’s missing?
Dr. Woody: What is the essence of The Power of People? Who is this book for and why did you write it?
On December 14, following the SHRM Live 2016: Making the 21st Century Workplace Work virtual event, @shrmnextchat chatted with presenters Dr.
As the demand for talent continues to intensify, the year ahead will see new challenges as organizations race to innovate and refine their talent management strategies.
A round up of workplace developments and legal trends to help keep HR ahead of the curve
Rupert Morrison is the CEO of Concentra one of the fastest-growing analytics firms in the UK and the creators of acclaimed business transformation tool OrgVue. I asked Rupert about the evolution of organizational design and how data and analytics are changing the way companies are creating environments for performance to sustain a competitive edge.
What Is the State of HR Technology?
HR 'New Frontier' for Data-Driven Business Strategies
How to Start the Workforce Analytics Journey
Yogi Berra, the former New York Yankee baseball player known for his pithy comments and witticisms, could have been talking to HR leaders about talent analytics when he coined this phrase. Today, talent analytics is, or should be, at the heart of your talent management solution.
Talent analytics and organizational success
As a frequent speaker on workforce analytics at HR conferences, I often start with a confession to the audience: I was formerly a vice president of finance and CFO.
In that role, I explain, I worked closely with HR in much the same way that finance professionals likely collaborate with HR professionals in most organizations. I would listen politely to HR’s requests for resources to invest in staff, systems or training. And then I would say “no.”
More HR leaders shift focus to developing staff who can interpret big data
One of the biggest challenges human resource executives face is increasing the analytics capabilities of their staff. With the abundance of workforce-related information made available through big data, HR leaders have a prime opportunity to use that data in ways that help business leaders make more informed, cost-effective talent decisions.