Once a back-office output, people analytics are now a board-level tool – and HR business partners and leaders are expected to use people analytics, not just strategically, but also in day-to-day decisions.
What HR needs to know about people analytics
Many HR practitioners today recognize people analytics as a tool to tie business strategy and HR activities together. However, despite the acknowledgement of people analytics, the actual implementation and use of insights gained from HR data is in many organizations still scarce. At this event we look at how HR can apply people analytics to drive business decisions.
Evidence-based HR is not just about managing big datasets, integrating cloud solutions, or improving interfaces. It is about understanding the organization, how to recognize and analyze an important issue, and how to bring analysis forward for decision. Underpinning business outcomes with a data-led people strategy is the ambition, but what does the HRBP and CHRO need to know to secure an evidence-based approach to HR?
Join us on Dec 8th to learn how to apply people analytics. At this meeting we will meet Pete Jaworski and Kiril Boyanov who from different perspectives will focus on:
- How to generate desirable business outcomes such as improving Employee Experiences and workforce productivity with people analytics.
- How to apply people analytics both strategically and in day-to-day decisions.
- Tools and processes for applying people analytics.
Pete Jaworski, Managing Partner, Nordic Human Capital Advisory (NHCA).
Over the past 3 years Pete has provided advisory services regarding Human Capital Analytics Strategy, first as Principal Consultant at PwC, then as an independent consultant, and now through NHCA – an academic consultancy. Pete also has 18 years of HR program-building-experience gained from prior roles such as Director of Workforce Analytics & Planning at Novo Nordisk and Head of Reward Infrastructure & Analytics at Nordea.
Kiril Boyanov, Analyst in People Analytics, Ørsted
As a part of the People Analytics team at Ørsted, Kiril has been working on automating HR-reporting and has been involved in the strategic planning of how the team can move towards delivering actual analytics. He has been the main driving force behind this process and has got great insights into what it takes to make it succeed both from a technical and an organizational perspective. Kiril has a cand.merc. degree from Aarhus University and has now been with Ørsted for nearly two years.
Read more about the NOCA theme ‘People Analytics‘ at our website!