In my collection for November I’ve selected articles under the following seven topics: Getting started, building capability, the role of the people analytics leader, ethics and privacy, emerging data sources and techniques, data literacy and for the analyst. There’s also another classic article from the vault as well as the best podcast and video of the month. Enjoy!
The potential of people analytics is enormous but the risk of getting it wrong and losing employee trust – perhaps irrevocably – is high. We all have a responsibility in the people analytics field to ensure that people data is used for good. The articles I’ve selected cover research, case studies, outside-in inspiration on how organisations and the data science community are approaching ethics, tips for HR leaders and people analytics teams and a peak at what the future holds with regards to people data and ethics. Dive in and enjoy…
In this month’s edition, there are articles covering the breadth of people analytics including articles on: how to create a data-driven culture, organisational network analysis, ethics, advice from people analytics leaders and the role of people analytics in the future of work. Authors include Nigel Guenole and Sheri Feinzig, Lexy Martin, Josh Bersin, Rosa Lee, Amit Mohindra and Gustavo Canton. Dive in and enjoy!
The case for diversity and inclusion in the workplace is compelling – not just because it is the right thing to do, but because numerous studies suggest it can drive better business performance too. The articles selected cover research, methodologies, technologies that are focused or have features on diversity and inclusion, the role people analytics can play (see example of creating impact in image below) and several case studies. Enjoy!
In this month’s edition, you’ll find articles by authors including Ben Waber, Francesca Gino, Jonathan Ferrar, Laura Stevens, John Sumser, Stacia Sherman Garr and Josh Bersin. Subjects covered include the latest trends in people analytics, ethics, organisational network analysis, the importance of curiosity, employee wellness and continual listening. There is news too about Insight222, PAFOW, the official launch of Humu and another acquisition by LinkedIn. Dive in and enjoy!
This issue of Data Driven HR highlights some of the best freely available research studies on the field. Together they provide a wealth of information, advice, case studies and inspiration that should help those working in the people analytics space, as well as those who want to learn more about one of the fastest growing areas of HR.
July’s collection of the best articles on people analytics and the future of work features new research from Visier, which articulates the link between firm financial performance and proficiency in people analytics. There are also articles from the likes of Richard Rosenow, Bernard Marr and John Boudreau, and a special focus on the future skills required by HR professionals and CEOs.