Posts tagged Future of Work
How Can Advanced People Analytics Be Used In Recruiting?

Our guest on this week’s episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast is Ian O’Keefe, Global Head of Workforce Analytics at JPMorgan Chase. Ian is one of the most knowledgeable, experienced and insightful leaders in the people analytics space. In this extract taken from their conversation on the Digital HR Leaders podcast, Ian shares how, at JPMorgan Chase, they’ve taken a recruiting challenge and turned it into an opportunity leveraging advanced people analytics.

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How can HR use Technology to Drive Business Impact?

Our guest on this week’s episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast, speaking to David Green, is none other than Dave Ulrich, the renowned university professor, author, speaker, coach and co-founder of The RBL Group. In this extract taken from their conversation they discuss how HR can use technology to drive business impact and whether the hype that surrounds Digital HR is just that – hype. If you’re interested in learning more about the how the role of the HR Business Partner is evolving in a digital age, then I urge you to listen to this podcast / read this blog post.

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The best HR and People Analytics articles of June 2019

In his monthly round-up of data-driven HR articles for June, David features case studies from Microsoft, Spotify and HSBC as well as insightful articles on how people analytics is helping shape initiatives around culture, employee experience, transformation and innovation. There’s also a special on the growth of AI in HR and featured authors include Laszlo Bock, Dave Ulrich, Dawn Klinghoffer, Katarina Berg, Lexy Martin and Thomas Rasmussen.

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The best HR and People Analytics articles of May 2019

In his round-up of the best data-driven HR and people analytics articles for May, David features a slew of articles on how data can help understand, shape and improve employee experience. Articles are also featured on how people data can support initiatives around leadership, organisational development, learning and performance. There’s also a special on the increased use of AI in HR and the ramifications, and guidance on how to build and scale a people analytics function.

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The Need for Continuous Reskilling: It's Time for HR to Act

In this article, Ian Bailie looks at the topics of continuous reskilling and lifelong learning. He suggests that there is a real opportunity for HR to take a lead in enabling companies to promote a strategy that provides transparency on the skills of its workforce, invests in the development of its people, provides workers with visibility into potential career paths and the skills they should develop, and where there is an equal focus on developing internal talent through both training and experiential or project-based learning as there is in hiring external talent.

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The best HR and People Analytics articles of April 2019

In his collection of data-driven articles from April, David highlights the 2019 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report as a sign that people analytics is entering a ‘Golden Age’. The Article of the Month sees Amit Mohindra compare the growth of people analytics to that of quantum physics in the first 30 years of the 20th Century. There are specials on behavioural economics and diversity as well as articles from the likes of Dave Ulrich, Jonathan Ferrar, Josh Bersin, Peter Cappelli and Laszlo Bock. Watch out too for case studies from Amazon, Google and Capital One.

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How can you scale People Analytics in a Global Organisation?

In his latest Expert Interview, David speaks to Guru Sethupathy, Head of People Analytics at Capital One, about his journey transforming and growing the People Analytics function. Guru shares some of the key learnings they have experienced over the past two years along with how and why you should you build a centre of excellence for People Analytics.

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10 reflections from the Wharton People Analytics Conference

David provides his reflections on the recent Wharton People Analytics Conference in Philadelphia, which featured the likes of Richard Thaler, Allyson Felix, Marcus Buckingham and Deloitte's CEO Cathy Engelbert along with the Wharton team of Adam Grant, Cade Massey and Laura Zarrow. The topics covered in Philadelphia were diverse with three themes coming to the fore: Diversity and Inclusion, Organisational Network Analysis and Nudges.

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The role of People Analytics and ONA in Enterprise Collaboration

David speaks to Arun Sundar and several senior HR leaders in Asia-Pacific on how “Social Capital” can be leveraged to enhance collaboration within organisations and consequently drive improvements in business performance and team cohesion as well as a better employee experience. The article covers applications of passive ONA and is the third-part of a series of articles focusing on people analytics in the Asia-Pacific region.

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