January 15-17, 2013, Los Angeles
two days total: starts at 1 pm on 1/15 and ends at lunchtime on 1/17
with Alec Levenson
(CEO) and Mark Blankenship
(Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Jack in the Box)
Please join us this January for the Targeted Analytics workshop.
The main objectives of this program are to improve analytical decision making, use analysis to lead change and make the right choices when deep analytics are not possible.
Participants will learn from case studies and from applying systems diagnostics and models to challenges in their own organizations. Upon returning to their organizations, participants will be able to:
* recognize situations where analytical decision making and deep-dive diagnostics can be applied
effectively to improve organizational performance
* better apply analytics to increase data-based insights for decision making
Specific applications will focus on identifying:
* the source of productivity problems at the role and group levels
* the factors at the heart of individual and organizational capability
* the data needed for a work design ROI analysis
Three post-program teleconferences will be scheduled for participants to share how they have applied the program materials in their workplace. Dr. Levenson will provide individualized feedback to maximize the impact of how the program material has been utilized post-program.
I would also like to invite you to review Dr. Levenson's public webinar on December 12, 2012, Using HR Analytics for Modeling and Making Sense of Compensation.
For more on his work in this area; see the latest article from Alec Levenson, Employee Surveys: Four Do’s and Don’ts.
Learn more and register here
"Any organization interested in HR delivering data-driven business solutions should attend this course. Dr. Levenson offers practical insight on where/how to start looking as you build the case to shift the direction of the business through people."
-Dianne Reece, Manager, Organizational Development & Training, FMC Technologies, Subsea Systems