For three days we'll share successes and failures from the most innovative leaders and companies. The true effectiveness of workforce planning and analytics is the ability to make better, quicker decisions.
What if you could use people data to transform the way your organization works? What if your leaders knew about employee flight risk before the attrition happened? Data-driven HR doesn’t happen overnight. In this HCI Keynote video, Aurora ...Read more
In a fast moving company like Salesforce, engagement and resilience in the face of change is an ever present challenge. In this HCI Keynote video, Ernest Ng describes how this innovative organization is using analytics to design employee ...Read more
You want to apply predictive analytics to your human capital challenges, but you don’t have the time or resources to get it done. That’s about to change. In this HCI Keynote video, Jason Noriega of Chevron demonstrates new methods and ...Read more
A great customer experience starts with a great employee experience. A great employee experience requires that you actually understand what your employees want, a difficult task when even for small and mid-sized organizations. Watch this HCI ...Read more
What does talent management mean when the majority of your workforce is no longer human? Dr. John Sullivan illuminates the continued automation of work and how HR can adapt to it in this HCI Keynote video.
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Learn more strategies for collecting, analyzing, and mobilizing predicitive analytics and people data across your organization to improve daily business decisions and outcomes.
Discover where HR can drive digitization and develop an integrated digital workplace, while learning about HR leaders' pivotal role in developing a company's digital enterprise strategy, organization, and culture.
Predictive analysis is a miracle cure. At least that is how it is being pitched to and by the HR fraternity. A current talk I attended went as far as to say that if an organization didn’t invest in predictive analysis soon, they are headed to Doomsland. For the uninitiated, predictive analysis is the branch of the analytics used to make predictions about unknown future events. Sounds like magic, doesn’t it?