Defining, Tracking and Aligning Metrics to Organisational Goals and Utilising Analytics to Generate Insight
Join us at the 3rd annual HR Metrics & Analytics for Strategic Decision Making 2016 for a full 2 days of information-sharing, learning and networking with Heads of HR, HR Business Partners, HR Analysts, Workforce Analytics & Planning and HR professionals from the likes of Coles, Walmart (US), World Vision International (France), Fair Fax Media, Origin Energy, Australia Post, Telstra, ATO, Monash University, Legal Aid NSW and NBN Co. to name a few.
Currently, BigData and analytics generates $3.7 Trillion in products and services and 4.4 million new jobs. While most of the talk is about applying BigData to marketing and consumer businesses, there is an even bigger opportunity to apply BigData to Human Resources.
Indeed, 9 out of 10 CEOs expect HR leaders to be proficient in data and workforce analytics whilst only 8.4% of companies currently consider themselves possessing strong HR analytics capabilities. Despite metrics and analytics being considered an essential and nascent tool to drive strategic decision making, many organisations still struggle to take advantage of this.
As an extension of the 15th annual HR Metrics & Analytics Summit held in Florida USA, IQPC is pleased to announce the Australian customised event, HR Metrics & Analytics for Strategic Decision Making 2016.