For real HR impact, focus on people analytics now, not digital transformation – by Lexy Martin

For the past few years, the focus of a multitude of organizations spanning across industries has been pursuing HR digital transformation. The ideal goal of this transformation is the empowerment of the employee and a shift in thinking across the organization ultimately leading to a digital and data-driven mindset. But over time, most have lost sight of that goal, instead ...

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Rethinking Workforce Planning in Times of Uncertainty – by Mick Collins, Chair, IHRIM

The phrase “getting the right people, in the right place, with the right skills, at the right time, and at the right cost” is synonymous with the most common type of long-term forecasting: strategic workforce planning. The methodology, in which HR and their business partners forecast – in time horizons ranging from 3-10 years – the demand for, and supply ...

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The Age of Behavioral Analytics at Work: Using IT Metadata to Make Improved Business Decisions – by Philip Arkcoll

In today’s connected world, more and more people are reliant on digital tools1 for their daily tasks in nearly all facets of work. This includes communication tools like email and Slack, project management tools like JIRA, and collaborative tools like the Office 365 not to mention individual productivity. In most organizations, thousands of these small interactions or sessions occur across a ...

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