Ten and a Half Paradoxical but Easy Ways to Succeed with People Analytics
Mike West, Author, People Analytics for Dummies
Which HRIS systems work best? Where are we on the people analytics maturity curve? How do we make a business case? What dashboard technology should we implement? What are the other companies doing? What does A.I., N.L.P and O.N.A. got to do with it? Who is going to tell the story? JUST STOP! Absolutely none of these questions matter if you don’t know what things to measure that matter most, and where to begin.
In this session you will learn why the biggest breakthrough insights depend on measurement, and how any concept relevant – literally anything – can be measured. With this information, you will see how any organization, in any circumstance, can start using people analytics to produce a better company and better place to work in timelines and budgets you never thought possible before. Hopefully you will feel encouraged enough by the end of this talk to begin right now.
This talk will include some of the most counterintuitive, troubling, or interesting examples from Mike's career over twenty years as a people analyst and two year journey to write People Analytics For Dummies. Mike will use these examples to introduce the following foundational topics: people measurement, the basic objective of analysis, the relationship of people to business outcomes, measuring probable value of action or inaction, prediction, and probabilistic competitive advantage - and Mike will do so without using any equations or technical jargon. It is precisely this ability—the reduction of complex theories into simple application—that gave Mike the opportunity to write People Analytics For Dummies. Filled with wonderful examples and clever illustrations, Ten and a Half Paradoxical but Easy Ways to Succeed with People Analytics is the ideal introduction to the fundamentals of people analytics by one of the most widely recognized and accessible people analysts of our time.
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