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Over our decades of experience specializing in HR analytics, we’ve seen many changes. Perhaps most dramatic is the current pervasive desire to make analytics the mainstay of HR vs. an expertise-driven sub-discipline within the domain. While we applaud and agree that data and evidence impact most — if not all — that we do in HR, as with other things, bridging from current reality to this desired way of working is no small feat. One “make or break” consideration when trying to build an HR analytics capability is ensuring that HRBPs are prepared to deliver evidenced-based HR to the business in an impactful way.
This session will explain why this is a crucial issue within HR today and how organizations can proactively educate this community through real-world examples.
Three key learning objectives:
1. Understanding the importance of HRBPs in building a successful, evidence-based HR function
2. Appreciating how organizations can meaningfully advance the analytical ability of HRBPs for each level of sophistication (e.g., analytically-challenged, analytically-ready and analytically-savvy HR functions)
3. Learning the fundamentals of analytics from the perspective of an HRBP, including goal identification, testing, diagnosis and making the case for change
This session been approved for 1.0 recertification credit hour toward HRIP (Human Resource Information Professional) recertification.
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