Posts tagged People Analytics
How to Successfully Implement Strategic Workforce Planning

Previously, Alicia Roach has examined the “what” of workforce planning and the “why” you should care about it. In this article she begins to unpack the “how” you successfully implement strategic workforce planning within your organisation. Strategic workforce planning is recognised as “the most complex analysis effort undertaken by HR functions” and throughout this blog she details some of the key concepts that are critical and have been found to be differentiators of successfully implementing workforce planning versus strategic workforce planning going off the rails.

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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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Is HR Ready for the Future of Work?

In a research study conducted by Florian Fleischmann, Maximilian Tallgauer & Prof. Dr. Marion Festing, more than 120,000 HR job postings from nine countries have been leveraged to evaluate how HR departments are adapting to the changing business environment. The results reveal a lot about the challenges HR should address to lead the digital transformation.

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How Can You Use Technology to Support a Culture of Inclusion and Diversity?

The case for diversity and inclusion in the workplace is compelling – not just because it is the right thing to do, but because numerous studies suggest it can drive better business performance too. With advances in technology and the growth of people analytics, HR increasingly has the tools it needs to promote and embed diversity and inclusion initiatives, and perhaps most critically prove that it can be a significant driver of business performance. In David Green’s latest expert interview he speaks to Stacia Garr co-founder and principal analyst at RedThread Research about the exciting and insightful research they’ve been conducting in the D&I space.

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How Nestlé uses People Analytics to Measure Gender Pay Gap and Equity

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, Jordan Pettman and David Green discuss how Nestlé is using people analytics to understand and measure gender pay gap and equity. Jordan gives some great examples of how Nestlé has built a model to understand pay and to enable members of the broader HR community to self-serve the analytics and insights themselves. If you’re interested in learning more about the People Analytics journey at Nestlé, then I urge you to watch this video/read this blog with Jordan.

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How Does Spotify use People Analytics?

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, Katarina Berg (CHRO at Spotify) outlines some of the examples of how Spotify is using people analytics to really influence business decisions in the company around manager/employee interactions and support making informed decisions around office locations. If you’re interested in learning more about how people analytics has been used at Spotify, then I urge you to watch this video with Katarina.

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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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Six Factors for the Adoption of People Analytics

Creating a data-driven culture is one of the Nine Dimensions for Excellence in People Analytics Model developed by Jonathan Ferrar and David Green. In this article, David presents six factors influencing the adoption of people analytics, as well as providing access to a short survey. The survey is a central element of research we are undertaking this summer to understand the relationship between the six factors identified in the article. The aim of the study is to provide guidance for HR leaders on how to create a data-driven culture and build adoption of analytics amongst HR professionals.

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How to Use Advanced Techniques in People Analytics Projects

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, David Green talks to Eden Britt (Group Head of People Analytics and Chief Data Officer for HR at HSBC) about some of the work that he has been doing at HSBC in Organisational Network Analysis (ONA), in using Glassdoor data to understand internal and external trends in employee engagement, and how he is using Natural Language Processing (NLP) at the bank. Eden outlines some great practical examples of how HSBC is experimenting with advanced techniques and using Python in their People Analytics projects.

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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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