The critically-acclaimed HR and Workforce Analytics Summit is to be held in Chicago on October 22 and 23. In this year’s agenda some of the world’s most influential practitioners will discuss the ways in which they use analytics to gain a clearer view of their workforce, and the unique challenges they face in establishing an analytics practice.
We live in an age that has seen the adoption of analytics and data-driven decision-making across industries as disparate as meteorology, sports, manufacturing and banking.
Despite the success of using data to inform the decision-making process, many organizations are still reluctant to invest in analytics when answering questions about their workforce. Recent surveys showed as many as 38% of senior HR leaders still have basic or no knowledge of HR analytics.
The HR and Workforce Analytics Summit will unite 20+ industry leading speakers and 100+ high-level analytics executives over two days of interactive discussion, engaging workshops and unparalleled networking opportunities.
This summit will provide the ideal platform to share key challenges, whether you are a seasoned veteran or your organization is just getting started in its HR analytics journey. Heavily content driven, this event shares insight into how today’s biggest and best organisations are driving improvements and innovations through workforce analytics.
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“Getting Started with Analytics in HR” by Jennifer Monnig and Paul Sanders – both working in Talent Intelligence at Intel – will discuss the importance of using analytics to compliment traditional research-based methodologies. Their presentation “Sense and Sensibility” will discuss the importance of being able to turn information into actionable insight.
In addition to Aberdeen Group and Intel, speakers from Capital One, Fifth Third Bank, Luxottica Retail, Johnson Controls, GE and many more will share their expertise on driving the global success of their organization through the more effective workforce planning using analytics.
“Presentations will cover a range of the most pressing issues and challenges that are facing analytics practitioners on a daily basis,” said David Barton, Head of Analytics at the Innovation Enterprise. “The diverse speaker line-up will leave attendees with the inspiration and depth of knowledge to drive their teams forward.” All summit content will also be available post-summit via ieOnDemand.
The modern human resources function collects vast quantities of data. Increasingly, this data presents an opportunity to create and utilize a wide range of metrics for recruitment and performance. The summit covers:
Limited passes are available at an early bird rate until August 21. You can use the exclusive discount code ‘EB100’ to save a total of $300 on all two-day passes. For complete list of speakers, presentations and registration details, kindly visit: https://theinnovationenterprise.com/summits/hr-analytics-chicago-2015/
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