Unlocking the Power of People Analytics
Embracing People Analytics empowers HR professionals and top management to base their decisions on data that directly impacts both the strategic success and financial performance of their organization. This is precisely why numerous companies are investing in enhancing their proficiency in People Analytics. The future belongs to those who anticipate change. People Analytics provides you with the foresight to align your human capital strategies with your organization’s goals, making you agile and future-ready.
Join us at this People Analytics Day where we will delve into the transformative potential of harnessing data to shape the future of your organization. Here is some of the questions we will be investigating on the conference:
- Moving People Analytics From Insight to Impact
- What are the typical struggles of evidence-based HR?
- What can we – in all parts of HR – do to improve evidence-based decisions?
- Tools and processes for applying People Analytics.
- How to apply People Analytics both strategically and in day-to-day decisions
- Practical cases from distinguished companies on their work with People Analytics
People Analytics Day is an opportunity to connect with thought leaders, experts, and practitioners who are shaping the future of work through data-driven insights. Together, we will unlock the potential of your most valuable asset – your people.
While we continue to confirm and announce our distinguished lineup of speakers, we encourage you to seize the opportunity and secure your place at the conference by signing up today. Don’t wait for the full update – reserve your spot now!
Thomas Hedegaard Rasmussen, Vice President, Organizational Development & Learning, Shell
Thomas is cand.psych and holds a Ph.D. in organizational psychology. He is the author of “Målbar HR” – a practical guide to data-driven HR published in 2013. Thomas has worked within the people analytics area for more than 15 years and headed up the function in large organisations such as Mærsk, NAB, Vestas and now Shell.
Dana Minbaeva, Professor in HRM from Kings College London
Dana Minbaeva is a Professor of Human Resource Management at King’s Business School, King’s College of London, UK. She also has a part-time appointment at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, and works as an affiliate faculty at London Business School, UK. Professor Minbaeva published over 70 articles in international peer reviewed journals, numerous book chapters and reports. Her research on strategic and international HRM has appeared in such top international journals as Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Human Resource Management, and many others.
Teigane Mackay, Director of P&C Reporting, Analytics & Insights at Vestas