18th HRMA Theme: Linking your Workforce Strategy to Business Results
As today’s new business language, data analytics is no longer just a good idea for HR- it is now an organizational priority. Though recognized by many, identifying actionable insights for better business results has only been realized by a few. According to Bersin by Deloitte, 77% of execs say that people analytics are a priority, but only 29% think they’re successfully using outside data to predict workforce trends, and target the right talent to meet those needs.
At a time when we have more employee data than ever before, if we’re not using intelligence correctly to identify organizational gaps, elevate the employee experience, or reduce attrition, our people analytics strategy is simply not enough.
Keeping in line with the theme of aligning your people strategy to improve business results, the 18th HR Metrics & Analytics Summit returns this September with three days of stories from the front lines, tactical discussions, and impactful keynotes to ensure you return ready to execute a people analytics plan of attack.
Early Confirmed Speakers
Vice President of Talent Development
Vice President, Employee Life Cycle Management
Inova Health System
Senior Leader Workforce Analytics
AVP Strategic Analytics
Talent Intelligence and Analytics Director
Director of Workforce Strategy and Analytics
Center for Engagement and Social Analytics Leader
Vice President of Enterprise Analytics
Workforce Analytics Manager
Senior Principal, Talent Development
Key Benefits of Attending
Enable Cross-Functional Collaboration: position HR as the head of the executive leadership table
Upgrade your KPIs: the workforce metrics you need to use now to scrap the metrics that don't matter
Career Development: establish and advance a data-driven HR organization
Talk Numbers: analyze the ROI of your people practices & convey a data story to your business leaders
Elevate the Employee Experience: the mission critical priority to drive enhanced business results
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