17th HR Metrics and Analytics Summit
"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
Do the gaps outlined above sound familiar? Regardless of whether you're a HR professional who is part of a mature analytics organization moving towards predictive capabilities, or if you're only starting out on your analytics journey, you'll likely face a host of challenges as you try to tie actionable business intelligence to the mountains of siloed HR data repositories you're sitting on. Given the competitive nature of the current labor market, it's not enough to track a few metrics just to tick off a box; analytics in action is what you need to master. That's the theme of HRIQ's 17th HR Metrics & Analytics Summit, taking place in Orlando February 27–March 1, and we have designed a comprehensive program to bring you up to speed.
The future state of the workforce is shifting: analytics can help you uncover leading indicators of changes to come. The 2017 speaker faculty compromise of HR leaders from Facebook, AMD, BlackRock, Anthem, GE Capital, Lowe's, and other innovative companies that will detail their initiatives for optimizing the employee experience.
Our February 2016 summit had record attendance, with over 100 practitioners leading in-depth discussions designed to boost your to analytics programs to the next level. Their feedback led to the development of TWO NEW TRACKS for 2017: one on workforce development and planning and another on data excellence and HR technology enablement.
Vice President, Human Capital Analytics
Workforce Planning & People Analytics Lead
Director, Global People Analytics & Insights
Nestle Waters North America
Nestle Waters North America
Reporting & Workforce Analytics Lead
Workforce Planning & HR Analytics Leader
Veolia North America
VP, Talent Supply Chain Analytics
Head of Strategic Workforce Planning
Director of Workforce Research & Analytics
Lowe's Companies, Inc.
Director of Global Assessment, OE, & Workforce Research
Eli Lilly and Company
People Analytics Lead
Director of HR Business Intelligence
Managing Director, Global Talent Supply Chain
Vice President of Talent Management
Key Benefits of Attending
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?
Career Development: grow your skills beyond just hacking data science and truly become a Data Architect of your analytics program
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 resource
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