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Workforce Analytics: Moving from Basic HR Reporting to Sophisticated In-House Capabilities

Many companies consider analytics to be a key driver of innovation and efficiency. How can HR executives evolve from basic HR reports and dashboards to advanced workforce intelligence?

On an HR Executives Dbriefs webcast, Workforce Analytics: Moving from Basic HR Reporting to Sophisticated In-House Capabilities held on August 10, 2011, Russ Clarke, director, John Houston, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Tom Davenport, senior advisor to Deloitte Analytics and professor at Babson College, discussed:

  • Building a workforce analytics capability that is both sustainable and scalable.
  • Five phases of the HR workforce intelligence maturity curve and critical tools that can help in your efforts to move from basic to advanced capabilities.
  • Hot analytics solution sets available today and ways they can support growth in the economic upswing.

Watch the Dbriefs webcast replay to learn ways to build an analytics strategy and in-house function that can help support fact-based decision making and ultimately, predictive analytical capabilities.

The following polling questions were conducted during the webcast:

How advanced is the workforce analytics capability within your industry today?

How far along the “journey” is your organization?

Which of the five workforce analytics enablers do you think will present the biggest challenge as you grow capability within your organization?

What analytics capabilities is your organization looking to have 3-5 years from now?

To what extent is your organization using predictive analytics to address workforce challenges?

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