Learn the Secrets to Analytics Success
More and more companies are using HR — or "people" — data to analyze, measure, track, and optimize performance, employee engagement, and diversity & inclusion. Some 84 percent of business leaders surveyed by Deloitte viewed people analytics as important or very important, and 70 percent reported they were in the midst of major projects to analyze and integrate data into their decision-making. An analytics capability is no longer viewed as a nice-to-have; it's a competitive necessity in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world.
But there's a large and growing gulf between two kinds of organizations: the relatively few that are deploying analytics effectively and the large majority that are still struggling to get useful and actionable insights out of their people data. Among the reasons: data challenges, a shortage of analytics skills, and growing concerns over data privacy and security.
What are the successful companies doing that the rest aren't? That's what you'll learn at the 20th HR Metrics and Analytics Summit this September 24-26 in San Diego, where some of the field's leading practitioners will share practical knowledge and actionable insights that you can use to turbocharge your own analytics work.
Why utilize your valuable resources on this event?
- Hear from HR leaders who use analytics to identify key performers – and boost their company’s bottom line
- Learn how to get your data in shape for analytics (It’s easier than you think)
- Come away with the tools you need to align analytics initiatives with business strategy
- Learn what you need to plan for your future workforce needs in a fast-changing world
Head of Global Workforce Analytics
Head of People Analytics
Director of People Analytics
Director of People Data and Analytics
Senior Director, Global HR Operations
Director, HR Analytics
Business Intelligence for Human Resources (BI4HR)
Director, HRIS and People Analytics
Silicon Valley Bank
Manager, Business Optimization & Analytics
Founder and People Analytics Architect
Key Benefits of Attending
Enable Cross-Functional Collaboration: position HR as the head of the executive leadership table
Upgrade your KPIs: the workforce metrics you need to use now to scrap the metrics that don't matter
Career Development: establish and advance a data-driven HR organization
Talk Numbers: analyze the ROI of your people practices & convey a data story to your business leaders
Elevate the Employee Experience: the mission critical priority to drive enhanced business results
Learn how to prepare and develop a HR strategy in an uncertain time when technology and office culture is always changing.
Take a look at the HR leaders that will be in attendance at this year's HR Metrics & Analytics Summit.
We surveyed 150+ HR leaders across a wide range of industries to gain an understanding of the current state of people analytics. We asked respondents to benchmark their analytics maturity level, specify how they manage employee records and data to HR activities, and describe the largest impact people analytics has had on their business. HR leaders were also asked to share current priorities and obstacles preventing the successful implementation of analytics.
In preparation for the 20th HR Metrics & Analytics Summit, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:
- Getting Ahead of the Talent Curve: From Reactive and Proactive to Predictive Recruiting
- Case Study: How AT&T Uses Predictive Analytics to Understand the Drivers of Employee Engagement
- Case Study: How Nike Uses Analytics to Flex to a Changing World
- Storytelling and Visualization: Presenting Your Findings for Maximum Business Impact
- The People of People Analytics
What Others Have to Say
"This conference was enlightening! This is the beginning of my journey into analytics and I feel like I got all the answers!"
"Great to see that everyone else is on the same marathon and we can learn from each other."
"The conference provided solid guidance on how to scope our data analytics work and strategies to get there."