Deloitte University Press’s recent “Global Human Capital Trends 2014” report identified that re-skilling HR is a “top three” priority for enterprises worldwide. Yet only 15% of organizations say they are ready to respond to this trend, and even fewer (11%) say they are ready to implement workforce analytics. What is driving this trend? How does the re-skilling or HR relate to workforce analytics?
In this webinar, workforce analytics experts Dave Weisbeck will explore:
HR’s evolving role, from tactical to strategic player
Key drivers of the “datafication” of HR
Connecting the dots between strategy and analytics
How to develop analytics acumen within HR
Approaches for accelerating the adoption of analytics
Becoming a truly strategic business partner
Turning numbers into action: case study examples of HR as a strategic partner
Over the past ten years, the funding environment for medical research in the U.S. has become increasingly competitive. By leveraging existing datasets and unique analysis capabilities in the Human Resources office, a small team of senior leaders teamed with an HR data analyst set out to identify and advocate for organizational change.
The question is: How do you build high-performance proposal development teams in a rapidly changing environment? While this work may not win a Nobel Prize nor cure Alzheimer's Disease, it will help scientists bring in more dollars towards life-saving research.
Join Joe Frank, PhD, CCP, GWCCM for this informative 1 hour webinar session focused at a case study within a Large Medical Research company to show how Analytics and HR can and should play an integral role in Business Development and Strategic Workforce Planning.
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It is hard to argue against the business case for having a highly engaged workforce. Employee engagement has been linked to satisfied and loyal customers, employee retention, workplace safety, union avoidance, superior employee performance, and financial results like sales growth and profitability.
In this product demo, Modern Survey's President, Don MacPherson, will show the innovations Modern Survey has made to their mThrive solution which measures employee engagement. The innovations will start with Modern Survey's shared accountability to engagement. Engagement is owned by the organization, leaders, and individual employees. Modern Survey has a unique approach to getting individuals to own their own engagement.
The product demo will also focus on how simply mThrive can link engagement and employee performance metrics for HiPo and High Performing employees or employees of all performance levels.*Next, the demo will demonstrate how mThrive builds transparency and accountability in the action planning phase of the survey. Often the weak link in the process, now action planning is simple and powerful.
Finally, Modern Survey will share some of the unique content research they have performed around the importance of organizational values, how to measure personal accountability, and what items to ask if you are interested in union avoidance.
If you and your organization need an employee engagement measurement solution, you need to see this demo.
This demo webcast is hosted by HR.com, however it is the Sponsors’ discretion (not HR.com) to deny/refuse attendance to any participant/competitor, as they see fit. HR.com is not responsible in any way for the sponsor’s decision.
Multi-generational workers are finding new ways of working, both within and outside the formal employment enterprise, which is changing the way work is planned and executed. Often these means of accomplishing work are much more agile than the companies that may have employed them. They have more unencumbered technology tools and collaboration capabilities to solve problems and make decisions than previously available. These tools are converging at a rate that will obsolete the current definition of “work” and “workforce”. Employers can use this same means of “work” - “force” integration to achieve that same level of agility (and value) within the organization by focusing on behavior changes before planning.
Are you talking about HR using data to make decisions, adding value to the business, and something about getting a seat at the proverbial “table”? Maybe you have been to some conference presentations, maybe some webinars…read a few articles, but you still have lots of questions.
“What data did they use? How did they use it? Making what decisions? And why did they even go down this path anyway?”
“What were the benefits realised? Did it work? What is actually involved?”
This webinar is based on a case study that follows the journey of a public sector organisation as it understands and explores turnover as a key workforce risk, and the impact it was having on organisational performance. The second stage of the case study traces the process of exploring how the impact of turnover was explored, and why it was occurring. An overview of the interventions put in place will be provided, their net impact on the outcomes, and some lessons learned along the way.
Gain a better understanding as to why Turnover is an integral part of your Workforce planning process with Marcus Champ, Human Captial Data Scientist from Presence ofIT. Fundamentally, if HR is not using data to help make decisions, it is likely not making good decisions.
With the upcoming economic recovery and wave of retirements and, companies once again face a tightening labour market and labour shortage in key skill areas. Gerry Beitel (MBA), Senior Consultant for Dynawise, shares a model for evolving workforce planning from a reactionary approach to being a strategic component of your organization.
As a speaker Gerry brings a dynamic approach and a wealth of practical experience from working with major corporations in delivering effective solutions that bring organizations ahead of the curve. You will come away with a tangible starting point for developing workforce plans and strategies to take your workforce planning practice to the next level.
In this presentation we offer a methodology to analyze and plan talent similar to the ones executives employ in investing in the operational units of the firm. And here we are looking at forward thinking firms that have chosen to incorporate analytics technology in their planning activities.
In these firms the use of modeling techniques to represent and describe the manufacturing, supply chain, and marketing activities provides investment guidance with optimization objectives as targets to be realized. The modeling tools to analyze and plan talent investments are described and resulting benefits from a number of cases are illustrated to provide confidence in the approach.
To become the best in the business, it is essential to employ the best
people. But how do employers build a staff that is ready and able to take
an organization to its next level? Inspired by the best-selling book, this
inspiring keynote focuses on how to attract talented employees to the
workplace, empower them, and sustain an environment in which they are
more likely to stay.
Topics covered include:
The bottom line benefits of employee engagement
Creating an environment of shared ownership for engagement
The Top 10 Engagement Drivers
Recruiting: the foundation for a magnetic culture
Overcoming demagnetizers: compensation and other
challenges for managers
In 2014 marketplace that is moving at “light speed”, your organizational capability to adjust and adapt to new market channels, operating methods and yet remain strategically relevant will be mission critical.
This fast-paced and energizing session, stemming from the extremely popular “100 Day Strategy Roadmap” series seen by over 7500 executives worldwide, will focus on the next practices to alignment and resourcing so that you can build your own capacity strategy and launch your entire team for success this year and beyond.
Join Scott Hamilton, globally noted business leader in the area of executive and organizational performance from entrepreneurial ventures to the Fortune Global 500 as he offers unique, “next practice” methods and programs to help executive teams and their organizations (for profit and nonprofit) build the internal organizational capability needed to innovate, execute and sustain extraordinary results.
A special template – Your Strategic Roadmap 2014, will be used interactively in the session.
Successful change management is the discipline of driving business results by changing behaviors. When launching new information technology, applying innovative work process or completing a merger, effective change management is essential. Your challenge is to apply principles of change management to manage resistance and achieve organization’s goals.
This webinar highlights “The Eight Constants of Change” (based on our book of the same name). These represent change management best practices used in thousands of organizations.
We will also share the Change Readiness Audit app, a survey tool that evaluates the level of readiness for change. It provides a snapshot of how effectively change is being implemented at that time.