HR Industry Leaders

 Steve Anderson
Steve Anderson
Head of Talent Analytics
IDEXX Laboratories
 Mark Bryner
Mark Bryner
Manager, HR and Finance Services Reporting and Analytics
The Coca-Cola Company
 Brian Cameron
Brian Cameron
CEO
HIRETech
 Ryan Dashkewich
Ryan Dashkewich
Director of HR Systems and Analytics
CLS Bank
 Zev Eigen
Zev Eigen
National Director of Data Analytics
Littler Mendelson
 Brian Hamilton
Brian Hamilton
Director of HR Global Workforce Analytics & Planning
Cummins, Inc.
 Daniel Houston
Daniel Houston
Director of HR Technology
Luxottica Retail N.A.
 Steven Huang
Steven Huang
Data & Insights Strategist
Culture Amp
 Cameron Kennedy
Cameron Kennedy
Fmr Director of HR Analytics
DaVita Healthcare Partners
 Randall Larson
Randall Larson
Manager, Workforce Analytics
Discover Financial Services
 Meisha-Ann Martin
Meisha-Ann Martin
Director of People Analytics
Flex
 Beth McCarty
Beth McCarty
Vice President of Leadership & Organizational Effectiveness
HSN, Inc.
 Catherine Mergen
Catherine Mergen
Director of People Insights
Abbvie
 Tom Osmond
Tom Osmond
Managing Director and Global Head of HR Platforms & Analytics
Blackrock
 Lisa Pueschel
Lisa Pueschel
Director of Talent Acquisition & Workforce Planning
Staples Inc
 Erin Reynolds
Erin Reynolds
Vice President of Rewards & Systems
Quicken Loans
 Joe Thomas
Joe Thomas
Senior Director of Cloud Analytics
Oracle Corp.
 Angela Thompson
Angela Thompson
Global Vice President of HR Information Technology
UPS
 Matt Tokorcheck
Matt Tokorcheck
Managing Director of HR Planning & Technology
FedEx Ground
 Mike West
Mike West
VP of Product Strategy
One Model
 Erzie Yellin
Erzie Yellin
Product Manager
HIRETech

"9 out of 10 CEOs expect HR leaders to be proficient in workforce analytics”

-2015 Harris Poll

“Only 8.4 percent of companies currently consider themselves possessing strong HR analytics capabilities”

-2015 Deloitte University Press

The survey results above highlight the modern HR conundrum: analytical capabilities are considered essential, but most companies rate their proficiencies as limited at best, or as merely in development. As an HR professional, chances are you’re confronted by this challenge every day and IQPC’s 15th HR Metrics & Analytics Summit on February 29–March 2, 2016 is where you will learn how to close that gap, and even get ahead of the curve. Bringing together best-in-breed practitioners to introduce the principles of Design Thinking, we will look at the scope, data requirements, internal consumers, and time restraints of this approach to building a robust, and absolutely essential, analytics program.

Our February 2015 conference had record attendance, with over 100 practitioners leading in-depth discussions aimed at getting you to the next level in your analytics programs.

Our lineup of esteemed thought leaders will highlight the numerous touch-points where HR can directly influence business initiatives so that HR professionals can seize these opportunities to grow their internal cache: you are uniquely positioned to bring value to your organization as never before. LEARN HOW TO POSITION YOUR METRICS AND ANALYTICS TO DRIVE CORE BUSINESS DECISIONS.

Program Highlights

  • Learn the principles of Design Thinking and how they’re applied to build HR analytics systems from the ground-up
  • Workforce Health in the Face of Talent Mobility: How Metrics Influence Retention
  • Focus Day on Workforce Analytics
  • Pre-conference workshops that delve into survival tactics for the First 100 Days of a HR Metrics Transformation, recruitment of an effective HR analytics team, organizational network analyses, and scorecards that drive business value

Key Benefits of Attending

  • Career Development: grow your skills beyond just hacking data science and truly become a Data Architect of your analytics program
  • Mitigating Risk: understand the data governance and privacy issues associated with the collection and deployment of large-scale data models—be both analytical and compliant
  • Data Discipline: learn how to be more scientific and bring rigor to your data collection processes—what are the proper methodologies for inputting, checking, approving, auditing, and visualizing data?
  • Grow Your Internal Cache: guide the leadership team towards the right questions to ask, ones that your HR tools can realistically answer
  • Become a HR Superstar: learn the best strategies for successfully rolling out enterprise-wide HR metrics programs with limited resources

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