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Big Data: Using HR/Workforce Data Analytics to Talent-Related Business Risks

Topic:
Big Data: Using HR/Workforce Data Analytics to Talent-Related Business Risks
Date:
February 12, 2013 at 2:30 - 3:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Carl Kutsmode, Talent Acquisition / Recruiting Solutions Consultant (talentRISE LLC)
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Description
Companies amass huge amounts of data every day: customer data, sales data, financial data, and operational efficiency data and of course, PEOPLE-related data. Over the last few years, the volume of data collected by companies has exploded. According to a 2011 article on Big Data by McKinsey, “In 15 of the US economy’s 17 sectors, companies with more than 1,000 employees store, on average, over 235 terabytes of data—more data than is contained in the US Library of Congress.”


Similarly, the HR department, with its access to a wealth of information on employees, has a unique opportunity to utilize data to make better talent-related business decisions that impact operational costs, business performance, profitability and market competitiveness. According to a 2009 IBM survey of HR professionals on their use of workforce analytics in business planning, those organizations capable of regularly, and accurately, managing and strategically analyzing their “people data” will uncover trends, unlock future cost savings and identify hidden business opportunities.

Please join Carl Kutsmode, Partner at talentRISE during this one hour informative presentation within the Institute for Human Resources; Workforce planning and Analytics as he discusses the advantages and trends of use of metrics and data analytics in HR; aligning critical roles with business need using workforce metrics, talent planning and analytics. Upon completion of this webinar participants will have a better understanding of how to identify and align critical roles with business need to track and analyze meaningful metrics that help you mitigate or avoid future business risks. x xxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxxx

Who Should Participate
HR leaders, talent management leaders, corporate recruiting leaders, organizational performance leaders and anyone who has responsibility for workforce planning and alignment with changing business needs
What You Will Learn
  • Gain insight into trends using workforce analytics to drive data driven, STRATEGIC workforce planning decisions
  • Understand how to identify and align critical roles with business need so you track and analyze MEANINGFUL metrics that help you mitigate or avoid future business risks
  • Actionable items you can act on TODAY to help your business gain sustainable, competitive advantage through better talent planning and analytics
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Carl Kutsmode
talentRISE LLC

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talentRISE is a “Talent Management” consulting firm that helps employers address operational and strategic challenges related to the acquisition, development and retention of a high performing, diverse workforce.
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