HR leaders often regard reporting and analytics as activities to be completed and nothing more. But, if HR is not using people data to influence and inform business decisions, what value is it actually providing to the business? In this HCI Keynote, Greg Bourland and Matt Salisbury of Boston Scientific’s Rhythm Management Group describe their consultative, data-driven approach and how it is changing the way business leaders approach talent challenges (e.g., talent surpluses, transitioning to a flatter more agile organization, etc.).
- Clearly communicating the “so what?” of people data to business leaders.
- Using analytics to find the right mixture of skills and capabilities rather than the “right” number of people.
- Using people analytics to make the business case for a flatter, more agile organizational structure.