HR Analytics: does the reality live up to the hype?
Analytics is emerging as the next big trend for the HR function and is seeing a lot of interest. However, is all this hype justified and can HR analytics propel the function forward and add value to the organisation? Listen to CRF's webinar to learn what analytics can really deliver for HR and to learn more about the current trend.
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Karen is a CRF Associate. She has worked extensively across all sectors on the issue of organisation effectiveness, particularly developing sustainable strategic capability. She has also published books on the global aspects of effectiveness – ‘Leading International Teams’ & ‘Globalisation: The internal dynamic’.
Karen has extensive experience working with high potential leaders globally and in the last nine years has conducted targeted research into the challenges of attracting and retaining the talent needed to lead organisations healthily in times of complexity and ambiguity. Recent clients include Tesco, G4S, UK & UAE Civil Service, AB Foods, a global humanitarian agency, Lloyds, John Lewis, Zentiva and Marketform.
Karen is an accredited Power & Systems facilitator and finds this approach to be transformational particularly for leaders in mature organisations, freeing their energy for change and creating healthy and human workplaces. She is an effective keynote speaker as she brings practical depth and breadth to her contributions.
Nigel is an academic at University of London and co-author of ‘The Power of People: Learn how successful organizations use workforce analytics to improve business performance’. Nigel has published extensively in journals including Industrial Organizational Psychology and Frontiers in Quantitative Psychology. He teaches on talent management and statistical modelling. Nigel leads a team at IBM that is training cognitive computing systems in behavioural science.
Sathi Banerjee is Assessment Lead as part of the HR Data and Analytics team at Shell International Ltd. Sathi is responsible for the design and development of leadership assessments including those that support pan-Shell leadership development programmes. In this role, Sathi is driving evidence based decisions to help shape HR direction and interventions.
Sathi has over 15 years’ experience of project managing, designing, and delivering assessments across a range of learning, talent, leadership development and recruitment initiatives. A Chartered Occupational Psychologist in the UK, Sathi spent the first few years of her career as a consultant in Capita plc, and then joined the BBC in London. She spent 10 years with the BBC, moving through a number of roles, latterly in the position of People and Organisational Development Manager for BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC.
Georg Lange is a seasoned HR Executive who pioneered Recruitment, Digitalization, Blockchain / Artificial Intelligence and Predictive Analytics in Human Resources. He has a proven international track record with over 20 years of experience in companies like Syngenta, Rieter, Tisia, A.T. Kearney, EDS, Lexmark, and others.
Georg is a passionate creative out-of-the-box thinker, who pioneers new technologies and the related behavioral change by acting upon organizational’s culture insights and responding to leadership’s demands. He is a dedicated and inspirational leader that recruits, builds, leads, and coaches international high performing HR teams.
Georg is also a published author and a seasoned speaker in conferences and seminars, on topics like Leadership, HR Digital Transformation, HR Blockchain / Artificial Intelligence, HR Analytics, and resolving the HR innovation crisis.
Gillian has worked as a senior HR practitioner and OD specialist for several organisations including Swiss Re, Vodafone and BAA. Prior to her HR career, she was a management consultant with Deloitte Consulting and is also a qualified solicitor.
As CRF’s Research Director, Gillian has written various reports and papers on subjects including HR strategy, organisation design and development, leadership development, talent management, coaching and diversity.