This seminar is designed for participants who wish to learn and apply what is taught on day 1 to their own data. On day 2 of the seminar, participants can create metrics that are business-focused and easy to create. Consequently, participants are encouraged to collect internal data and bring their laptops to the seminar. We will be using excel to create and analyze the data, and to create metrics. In addition, the instructor will demonstrate how to use statistical software to identify “drivers”, selected variables drive or predict impact on various metrics.
- Difference between analytics and metrics
- How to pick high-powered metrics
- What comes after establishing metrics
- How analytics can be used to significantly help the business
- Case studies to demonstrate real life projects
- How to develop an analytics model
- Data needed and how to use Excel to develop analytic formulas
- Using analytics in selection process, the biggest opportunity in the HR area
- Availability and use of HR data
- HR Metrics
- Hypothesis generation
- Pre-identifying the desired outcome
- What to do with Predictive Analytics findings
- Selecting the right interventions
- Mixing art and science
Who will Benefit:
This session will be of interest to all Global HR professionals with strategic responsibilities. But, specific HR functions will benefit from HR Analytics as follows:
- Organization Development professionals will learn how to identify attributes of high performing employees
- Recruiters will have tangible factors on which to decide whether candidates go forward or not
- Hiring Managers can expect less training time and faster ramp-up time of new hires.
- Co-workers will observe and appreciate new employees who fit the job and culture.
- Compensation professionals will design very effective incentive plans based on statistically proven skills and behaviors.
- Trainers will be able to identify or design training programs that have the most leverage on improving business performance.
- HR Professionals
- HR Manager
- Planning and Audit Managers
- Business Analysts
- HR Heads
- Department Managers
- Risk Managers
- Team Lead/Managers
To be ahead of the game, HR professionals need to look out the rear view mirror and the windshield. Keeping track of employee turnover and absenteeism are examples of HR metrics, not HR analytics. Metrics are data based on historical performance and are useful in measuring progress, but they do little to help you make decisions that will change the future.
This workshop will teach participants how to identify the key human metrics and drivers to measure and improve HR and business performance.
Based on the tenant that “one cannot improve what one does not measure”, metrics are very useful in establishing a baseline and measuring improvement. But, selecting the right metrics is key. Do you really want to increase the speed of hiring new people? It is a worthy goal but, if it results in the selection of poor quality new-hires, you will have won the battle and lost the war. This seminar will help you select powerful metrics that are tailored to your organization and geared toward improving business and HR performance.
Beyond metrics, this seminar will focus on micro variables that predict high performance. HR Analytics is the use of data to explain why some workers are high performing, what truly motivates people to work harder, what training courses deliver the most value to the Company and much more.
HR professionals have powerful intuitions and strong hunches, but to “sell” their ideas, they need data to back them up. This Seminar will help HR professionals test hypotheses and make a “business case” for their ideas.
Today, HR leaders can easily use technology to develop analytics and make key predictive decisions.