Learn why a company must be able to clearly identify its current state and set future goals
How strong analytics can help clarify the company's current state
In today’s aggressive business climate, you need adept workforce planning and analytics to both survive and thrive. Thoughtful workforce planning built on a foundation of strong analytics can deliver meaningful results across recruiting, learning, development and leadership.
In order to make progress with workforce planning or any other organizational change, a company must be able to clearly identify its current state and set future goals. Strong analytics can help clarify that current state.
Join Bill Craib, Senior VP of Enterprise Learning at HCI as he teams up with Chris Moore, founder & CEO of ZeroedIn, to explore the connections between data analytics and strategic workforce planning. Bill and Chris will also share their perspectives and insights on notable presentations from this year's HCI Workforce Planning and Analytics Conference.
This is the era of Uber. Airbnb. TaskRabbit. Handy. All of these firms are examples of the “gig economy,” and human resources (HR) professionals are being pressed to update their approach to talent management as a result. The gig economy will continue placing pressure on HR leaders, HR policies and HR processes to become more agile so that they can accommodate the kind of turbulence now being created by contingent workers as a growing element of their talent pool. Not only is it an HR imperative, Talent Management Agility is a Business Imperative.
Successfully deploying predictive people analytics is a significant challenge for any organization. In a global organization, this challenge is multiplied by the complexities of local systems and reporting requirements. In this HCI Keynote video, ...