What if you could save your company $15 million by changing your break schedule? What if by adding larger lunch tables you were able to increase the retention of your talent by 75% in one year?
Despite the fact that communication with customers and information flow between coworkers are among the most crucial aspects of any business, until today there hasn't been any objective, scalable way to capture that information. Using cutting edge wearable sensing technology MIT Media Lab innovator Ben Waber investigates how people communicate with each other in the real and virtual world and how their communication patterns impact happiness, individual performance, and organizational success.
Attendees will learn how:
Sensor data can help you discover who your internal experts really are
Identifying employees involved in "creative" behaviors can help you promote innovation throughout your business
Measuring informal interactions can improve the chances that a merger, acquisition, or "mega-project" will succeed
Webcast | Presented By: Richard Landers | Webcast Aired: April 15, 2014
Top firms are utilizing gamification, the use of game playing, thinking and mechanics to engage users and assess capabilities, to improve business results. How will this technology be used for HR and talent acquisition?
Impeccable data and metrics coupled with reliable dashboards and technology all help to establish credibility, but the true effectiveness of an analytics group is based on its ability to change opinions and be influential. All people decisions ...
Big Data can provide the answers if the leadership knows the right questions to ask and which data points to look to for resolution. Join this webcast to learn how HR analytics can drive business results now.