This conference will share tangible experiences and best practice principles of preeminent HR analytics leaders who have successfully made the transition from basic reporting and metrics to advanced analytics processes that move their businesses forward.
|Senior Analyst, Workforce Analytics||Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation|
|Head of Global Workforce Analytics||Ericsson Servicios Administrativos Mexico, SA de CV|
|Lead Reporting & Analytics Consultant||MetLife|
|Manager, Data Analysis - Human Capital||Progressive Insurance|
|Director HR Process Analytics||The Pennsylvania State University|
The role of Human Resources and Workforce management is changing. From talent acquisition and retention to compensation, training, performance analysis and resourcing, business leaders are looking to move beyond the traditional HR role of reporting and metrics into an analytics space that offers actionable insights that are proactive, predictive and strategic.
This transition to a mature HR Analytics function presents a number of challenges to companies: Is the HR function equipped with the right technology to move past basic reporting? Does the company have the right data strategy in place to allow advanced analytics to take place? Does the HR function itself have the right skills? And perhaps most importantly, what can be done to ensure senior management truly understand and embrace the new role of HR Analytics?
"It was a great and very personal event. I like that there were plenty of opportunities to interact with the other participants. The quality of the talks was great."
Gabor Szabo, Twitter
"Outstanding set of speakers. Topics with real world application"
Steaphen Sharpe, J & J
"The speakers and topics were superb and provided practical examples I could leverage in my business"
Nishant Rohatzi, Toyota Financial Services
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To learn more, contact Alesia Siuchykava, Project Director of Data Driven Business at email@example.com or (201) 204-1694.
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"This was one of the best organized conferences for learning and discussing practical and useful analytics applications in a variety of business areas. The focused topical sessions that included a small number of talks and then lengthy panel discussion time really made it all real and usable."
Kirk Borne, George Mason University