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Creating Outcomes with Workforce Planning and Analytics; Why ask "Why?"

Topic:
Creating Outcomes with Workforce Planning and Analytics; Why ask "Why?"
Date:
August 8, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Lori Morgan, VP, Sales & Marketing(OrcaEyes)
Brad Hilbert, CTO(OrcaEyes)
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Description
It’s very likely that your organization has some sort of workforce planning or analytics process in place. Whether it's a full blown enterprise software system, a dashboard or reporting solution, ad-hoc excel spreadsheets, or using an abacus, one of the biggest challenges is creating outcomes from your data. Where do you start? How do you interpret the data in front of you? How do we arrive at tangible outcomes and processes?

When exploring your organization's data, not every "answer" is truly an "answer", rather, it's a seed for another question. In this webinar, we'll examine why the word "why" is the most important tool in arriving at conclusions and outcomes in the workforce planning process. Further, we'll explain the methodology of asking "why?" until you arrive at "what" (action to take).

Understanding the synergy between a workforce planning and analytics solution and the real-world knowledge and organizational context that only human members of an organization can understand allows practitioners to combine the two pieces to create end-to-end workforce solutions. These solutions will deliver ROI, minimize risk, and optimize the performance of the organization’s workforce.

We’ll also explore various unique real-world scenarios that we have worked with client organization’s on. How they applied the “why” “why” “what” chain to find areas of ROI, root causes, and create and implement action plans and solutions.

While each organization is unique and will have different “information chains” that lead them to their outcomes, there are tangible best practices to the approach and thought process with which to approach workforce planning.
Who Should Participate
Workforce planning and analytics practitioners, would be practitioners. Anyone in an organization that is looking into workforce planning and analytics, or how to get more out of their existing processes.
What You Will Learn
- How to ask questions until you arrive at an answer - How to untangle workforce data into tangible outcomes and answers - The difference between an "answer" from the data and a seed for another question that needs to be asked.
Recommended Resources
OrcaEyes resource center (whitepapers, etc): http://orcaeyes.com/resource_center.html Lean But Agile, book: http://www.amazon.com/Lean-but-Agile-Workforce-Competitive/dp/0814417779
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Staffing and Recruitment
Organizational Development
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Predictive Modelling
HR Metrics Implementation
Strategic HR
Skills/Competencies
Simulations and Work Samples
Labor Trends
Staffing Metrics
Staffing Technology
Workforce Planning
Integrated Talent Management
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Lori Morgan
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OrcaEyes
OrcaEyes provides Workforce Planning and Human Capital Analytics Software to organizations looking to optimize business performance by way of its workforce.
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