"9 out of 10 CEOs expect HR leaders to be proficient in workforce analytics”
- 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 16th HR Metrics & Analytics Summit on September 19, 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.
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How would you rate your analytics capabilities? 2016 is your year to be proactive ... and predictive.
he use of human resources metrics and analytics has evolved from an efficiency enabler into a strategic powerhouse.
Renowned research institute ScottMadden recently surveyed IQPC’s HR community on the hot topic of HR analytics.