Business and People Strategy and Performance

CRF Learning: Creating Business Impact Through People Analytics

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  • December 7, 2021 @ 9:00 am - December 8, 2021 @ 1:00 pm UTC+0

HR is under increasing pressure to demonstrate business impact. It is critical to prioritise the things we can do to make a difference to business performance. Taking an analytical approach and using evidence, rather than relying on gut instinct alone, is a massive opportunity. The HR function has access to more data than ever before as the digital revolution continues to grow across many organisations. Using HR data can help build the credibility of the function and improve the quality of decision making, enable employees to be more engaged, and optimise the impact of business and people-based processes.

In the past, a lot of HR data has been put into charts and tables as part of corporate reporting processes but in the current era of analytics, organisations can turn their data into insights to predict when employees will leave, where to recruit the most suitable candidates from, and how to keep them more connected to the organisation once they become employees.

This is where the idea of data-driven HR comes from as this change of emphasis can enable the function to have a huge impact on an organisation’s ability to achieve its strategic aims. Data-driven HR focuses the function on adding value and driving
improved performance across the organisation on an ongoing basis. It’s about thinking like a proactive profit centre rather than focusing on being a reactive cost centre.

As part of this journey, analytics is becoming an increasingly important topic area within the HR community. Based on Dave Millner’s experience and CRF’s ongoing research into people analytics, this programme aims to take a commercial, HR-centric
view of data and analytics, assisting HR practitioners in how to leverage data to deliver tangible business impact. It is not about turning HR people into data scientists but about giving participants the confidence to work with data, not just to drive better reporting, but to provide more persuasive analysis that ensures HR is making a real impact on business performance.

Benefits of Attending

  • Understand the increasing importance of data when addressing business problems as an HR practitioner.
  • Demystify the subject of using data and analytical insights and gain an understanding of key principles and good practice.
  • Develop the confidence to use data and people analytics to address key commercial and strategic challenges.
  • Convince business leaders to act on people issues based on the language that they understand: numbers, value and data.
  • Practical guidance on using data and analytics, informed by case studies, key models and diagnostic tools.
  • Understand how to work with experts and analysts to drive relevant HR actions.

The cost of the programme is £1,350 (+VAT) for CRF members and £2,700 (+VAT) for non-members.

Speakers

Dave Millner

Associate

Dave Millner has over 30 years consulting experience working with global clients with performance and organisational development based demands. His focus is to ensure that organisations are able to both unify their talent practices whilst dealing with the challenges of the future workforce and ever changing technology demands. Dave is known through social media channels as @HRCurator and is passionate about the role that HR can play in the transformational challenges facing all organisations with data analytics at the heart of the evolving function.

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