More and more companies are using HR — or “people” — data to analyze, measure, track, and optimize performance, employee engagement, and diversity & inclusion. Some 84 percent of business leaders surveyed by Deloitte viewed people analytics as important or very important, and 70 percent reported they were in the midst of major projects to analyze and integrate data into their decision-making. An analytics capability is no longer viewed as a nice-to-have; it’s a competitive necessity in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world.
But there’s a large and growing gulf between two kinds of organizations: the relatively few that are deploying analytics effectively and the large majority that is still struggling to get useful and actionable insights out of their people data. Among the reasons: data challenges, a shortage of analytics skills, and growing concerns over data privacy and security.
What are the successful companies doing that the rest aren’t? That’s what you’ll learn at the 20th HR Metrics and Analytics Summit this September 24-26 in San Diego, where some of the field’s leading practitioners will share practical knowledge and actionable insights that you can use to turbocharge your own analytics work.