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Previously in the ‘Demystifying People Analytics’ series I’ve written about where the team should sit (Part I), the skills and capabilities required to do people analytics (Part II) and the vital role of storytelling (Part III).   This time I’m going to provide examples of people analytics projects companies have …

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The Christmas tree is (finally) up, Fairytale of New York and Stop the Cavalry are on the radio, the dog has his yuletide tinsel collar on and it’s time to throw restraint out of the window and make some wild (and likely inaccurate) predictions on where HR is headed in …

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“Paris is a place in which we can forget ourselves, reinvent, expunge the dead weight of our past” This quote (from Michael Simkin’s hilarious Detour de France) captures just about perfectly the revolutionary yearning amongst delegates as the HR Tech World Congress descended once again on the cavernous Palais de …

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I’ve been going to the HRN events almost since the beginning. It has been wonderful to see at first hand how Marc Coleman and his young and ebullient team have grown the event to what it is today with conferences annually in Paris and London, and from 2017 San Francisco …

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This is the third part of a series by David Green, Global Director, People Analytics Solutions, IBM

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  Last time, in the ‘Demystifying People Analytics’ series we looked at where the team should sit within the business. Now, let’s focus on the skills and capabilities you need to succeed with people analytics. This is where it gets a bit tricky. The mix of skills required is extremely …

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Since the start of the year, I have lugged my suitcase around speaking, chairing or attending people analytics conferences all across the globe. This world tour has taken in Paris, San Francisco, Amsterdam, London (twice), Sydney and New York. I am also fortunate to have seen at close hand organisations …

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All roads led to London last week as over 2,000 delegates congregated at the cavernous ExCel for two days of debate on the future of work at HR Tech World Spring. As we have come to expect, Marc Coleman and the HRN team spoiled us with a packed agenda, more …

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Companies have long obsessed about customer experience. Rightly so too as the leading companies in their respective fields, tend to also be the ones that enjoy the highest customer satisfaction ratings. A similar focus is now belatedly being applied to employee experience. This is in part due to increasing recognition …

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As I wrote in my previous post for this blog, my top prediction for HR in 2016 is that people analytics – emulating British astronaut Tim Peake – is set to go into orbit in the coming 12 months. Growth thus far in people analytics has been steady rather than …

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Yes, it’s that time of year again when Santa is readying his reindeer, Fairytale of New York is on the radio and the foolhardy amongst us start making wildly optimistic predictions for the year ahead.   The famous Danish physicist and Nobel Prize winner Niels Bohr once warned “prediction is …

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We are living in a time of unprecedented change. This applies to politics – following the tragic recent events in Paris, to economics – in the wake of the financial crisis and to technology – where Moore’s Law has multiplied and is set to go into hyperdrive.   The impact …

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