August 9th 2018
Six Critical Stakeholders for Workforce Analytics Success
What is required to succeed with HR analytics?
It depends on how 'success' is defined. If success is defined by actionable insights with measurable impact on the business outcomes, then success will depend on partnering with different sets of stakeholders. This article describes the different types of stakeholders and their roles in successfully implementing strategic workforce planning, partnering with the HR function.
Who are these critical stakeholders? What will they need to do in order to have a positive impact on helping the HR function with implementing strategic workforce planning which makes a real difference to the organisation?
Download the article to find out how the following critical stakeholders can play a vital role in assisting HR with implementing strategic workforce planning effectively:
• Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)
• Board/Leadership tean
• HR business partners (HRBPs)
• Business leaders
• Other analytics teams within the organisation
• Key external stakeholders
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