Senior Executive of Talent & Organization Performance
Webcast On Demand
April 20, 2011 | Breck Marshall, Marc Sotkiewicz
Federal agencies are continually confronted with the ongoing challenges of enhancing program and citizen service effectiveness, creating cost efficiencies and meeting mission responsibilities—all while the government’s purse strings are tighter than ever. This session will explore the role that human capital analytics can have in improving workforce efficiency and effectiveness—efforts that can result in higher quality services for the public and a healthier organization for the future.
The field of business analytics has made great strides in recent years. However, the methods and tools to deliver insights into organization and workforce performance have traditionally lagged behind the rest of the analytics field. The typical HR system is not capable of analyzing the complexities of employee and leadership behaviors, workforce capabilities and numbers, and relevant HR processes. Our case studies will show how human capital analytics can help you make better decisions around workforce investments—people and programs. We’ll also discuss the role that effective analytical leadership, culture and decision-making play in translating data, methods and technology into analytical insights and action.