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Human Capital Analytics: The New Competitive Advantage

Topic:
Human Capital Analytics: The New Competitive Advantage
Date:
August 9, 2012 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Gene Pease, CEO(Vestrics (Formerly Capital Analytics))
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Description
In this knowledge economy, getting the most out of your human
capital is a major driver of business success. Organizations are
responding by investing in learning and development programs,
from social learning to leadership training to employee
engagement. But which initiatives have true business impact?
Which employee populations get the most benefit?
For answers, companies must go beyond surveys, smile sheets
and dashboards, and embrace a sophisticated measurement
methodology: human capital analytics. Through analytics, the
business and talent metrics that you report can be translated into
truly actionable information. Knowledge gleaned from human
capital analytics can drive management action and behavior
change, and inform key decision-making. Even more exciting,
organizations can plan a measurement approach that looks beyond
the business impact of past programs to apply statistical certainty to
the success of future programs. This interactive presentation walks
participants through the measurement process, using real-world
client case studies to explore why to measure human capital
investments – and how to most effectively do so. Tie your human
capital programs directly to financial results and business impact,
and open the door to a new competitive advantage.

Advanced analytics can help prepare tomorrow’s corporate leaders by showing where—and with whom—the investment is working and where it can be improved. A case study of first-level leader development at ConAgra Foods will show participants how a leading organization applied key concepts in measurement and evaluation. By conducting an in-depth study into their leadership initiatives, ConAgra’s HR executives were armed with powerful data to report successes to upper management and a plan for continuous improvement.

Advanced analytics can help prepare tomorrow’s corporate leaders by showing where—and with whom—the investment is working and where it can be improved. A case study of first-level leader development at ConAgra Foods will show participants how a leading organization applied key concepts in measurement and evaluation. By conducting an in-depth study into their leadership initiatives, ConAgra’s HR executives were armed with powerful data to report successes to upper management and a plan for continuous improvement

Who Should Participate
Practitioners and Managers in HR, Talent Development, and Learning
What You Will Learn
1.The latest trends and thought leadership in HR analytics mean that investments in developing leaders can be linked to the corporate bottom line 2.By using a robust, statistical methodology, analytics can suggest data-driven improvements for leadership development initiatives 3.Leading organizations are doing this work, including details from ConAgra Foods’ development of their first-level leaders
Recommended Resources
http://www.capanalytics.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/BRANDED-ConAgra-Case-Study-2012.pdf
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Gene Pease
Vestrics (Formerly Capital Analytics)

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Vestrics (Formerly Capital Analytics)
Capital Analytics empowers HR and learning leaders to take a proactive approach to human capital investments by planning strategy, measuring impact and improving outcomes.
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