In the fast-changing digital economy, there is no question that HR leaders should be augmenting their workforce recovery and transformation strategy with data.
However, many HR leaders struggle to realise the power of people analytics and deliver value to the business, despite being a data-rich function.
The issue is threefold: one, there is a historical lack of data fluent HR practitioners; two data-fluent leaders might nevertheless be limited by access to consistent, high quality data; and three, data analysis tend to be conducted in silos for purposes such as recruitment, reward and retention, without being related to HR’s broader, strategic impact on the business
– Challenge the status quo around the data we collect today, and unpack what needs to be measured instead to operate, grow and evolve in a time of continuous disruption
– Identify practical ways companies can start to draw timely, unbiased, and actionable insights from data, including working with the right partners to scale their capabilities in the short term
Ultimately, HR leaders who are most adept at wielding data will be best able to unlock the full potential of their workforce.
In this session, we will:
- Dive deeper into the challenges HR leaders face around building data-driven, business-aligned talent strategies
- The massive disruptions in recent months have proven that long-held assumptions on how we work can be upended in a matter of weeks.
Without quality data to support real-time sense-and-respond capabilities, leaders who continue to make decisions solely based on experience and instincts will find themselves outpaced in the future of work.
Time: Aug 20, 2020, 03:00 PM in Singapore