Implement People Analytics with Your Existing Technology
September 15 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am$15.49
How can I do People Analytics without investment in new technology or data scientists?
A lot of the work you are already doing is analytical, but isn’t called analytics.
Over the past few years it’s become clear that the key to People Analytics is not big data or big technology. It’s addressing relevant business issues using the available data in an intelligent way. That’s why you can make progress on analytics without new investments. It’s all about empowering HR pros to bring an analytical approach to their work.
- How to separate out the slow world of advanced analytics & dashboards, from the fast world of “everyday analytics”
- How to recognize the analytics work you are already doing, but isn’t called analytics
- Why is “Evidence-based Management” a better framework than “Analytics” for all HR departments?
- What are the first steps into getting Analytics “Wins” without an investment in new technology or data scientists
David Creelman | CEO, Creelman Research
David’s is co-author of Lead the work: Navigating a world beyond employment. [Creelman Research] [LinkedIn] @dcreelman
Bob Nagar | Ventures: Co-founder of Silicon Halton Sr. HR Community of Practice
Bob built his career and facilitative leadership skills over nearly 25 years as an executive with information technology companies in North America. He is practiced in using action learning to achieve organizational behaviour change with lasting results. He works with individuals and teams to support them in achieving their best life, doing their most fulfilling work and making their most satisfying contribution.
Together with Dr. Denise Rousseau (Carnegie Mellon) and David Creelman, Bob established and facilitates a community of practice in HR Analytics and Evidence-based HR Management. The community includes Senior HR professionals from Chevron, CIBC, Ford, The Gap, Kronos, Marriott, NASDAQ, P&G, Royal Bank of Canada, Shell, a major defense conglomerate, and several other leading firms.
Bob completed his M.Ed in Adult Education and Counseling Psychology at the University of Toronto in a program focused on workplace, learning and change. Bob is also a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC). [LinkedIn]
Rick Stomphorst | Ventures: Co-founder of Silicon Halton, Co-founder of Silicon Halton’s Sr. HR Community of Practice, Founder of SearchVelocity, and eLearning Author
Rick is a Co-Founder of Silicon Halton and co-leads the Sr. HR Community of Practice and CEO Peer2Peer groups.
Rick also specializes in recruitment services to technology companies and start-ups to identify and acquire high-value technology staff, specifically for complex assignments – roles requiring multiple technologies and business experience. [LinkedIn] @SearchVelocity
In 2021 Rick launched a eLearning Course for job seekers, a Recruiter’s Secrets to Interview Prep.