Digital transformation has caused an onslaught of data that organizations now collect and have access to. With the hope of improving the employee experience, streamlining operations and creating better strategies, HR leaders have invested in new technologies and new analytical capabilities. Yet for many organizations, a strong, data-driven culture remains elusive and often intuition and gut feeling continue to be the basis for a lot of important decision-making.
The biggest hurdle to creating data-driven organizations isn’t technical but cultural. It is simple enough to describe how to inject data into a decision-making process, but it’s far harder to make this the automatic go-to for HR teams. This requires a shift in mind-set that presents a daunting challenge for HR and business leaders.
To tackle this challenge, UNLEASH is bringing together leaders in HR to discuss how to create and sustain a data driven culture to unlock the full potential of people analytics in HR.
Mon, Oct 25, 2021 · 4:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
Who can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Getting alignment from leadership and making them lead by example.
Guiding teams towards a data driven culture
How to choose which metrics to measure
Breaking down silos between people analytics teams and the rest of the business
Global Head of People Analytics, Strategy and Culture, The Coca-Cola Company
Sue is the Global Head of People Insights, Strategy & Culture at the Coca-Cola Company (TCCC). Reporting to the CHRO, she is responsible for leading the center of excellence and shaping the future of TCCC’s workforce by developing and executing...
Global Head, Employee Engagement and Social Impact, HP
Debby is the Global Head of Employee Engagement and Social Impact at HP. With a career that encompasses key roles and responsibilities across the whole of the HR spectrum, Debby has previously led people development and culture and engagement. Her...
Kate has worked in HR tech for 18 years. Now heading up content labs and insight for UNLEASH, she works with organizations using HR, talent, and learning technologies to feed into the research and content agenda, shaping insight and analysis...
Dr. Brett Wells is the Director of People Analytics at Perceptyx, Inc., helping clients connect the dots between their people data and business outcomes to make better decisions. For over the past 10 years, Brett has served as a consultant to...