Mini-Conference on Human Capital Analytics - Why Aren’t We There?
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Despite the enormous interest in human capital analytics, organizations have struggled to move from operational reporting to true analytics. A 2015 study undertaken by Deloitte found that although 75% of surveyed companies believe that using human capital analytics (HCA) is important for business performance, but only 8% evaluate their organizational capabilities in this area as “strong”. Several consultancy reports and numerous LinkedIn blogs concur: despite the vastness of available corporate data, organizations have been slow to develop their HCA capabilities, and those that have focused on such development have encountered difficulties in moving from “operational reporting for benchmarking and decision making” to analytics in the form of development of ‘people models,’ analysis of dimensions to understand cause and deliver of actionable solutions.
Why do companies struggle to move to analytics? The purpose of this mini-conference is to gather academic and practitioners’ knowledge to explore this question.
The program features three outstanding keynotes by Professor Mark Huselid, the North Eastern University, the leading pioneer-practitioner in this area Jorrit van der Togt, EVP HR Strategy and Learning, Royal Dutch Shell plc., and established analytics-professional Morten Kamp Andersen.
The mini-conference will take place on the 12th of October, between 13.00 and 16.30 followed by the networking reception, at CBS Kilen, Kilevej 14 Copenhagen, Denmark.
|13.00-13.15||Why Aren't We There? Introduction by Dana Minbaeva, Professor in Strategic and Global HRM, CBS|
|13.15-14.00||Mark Huselid, Distinguished Professor of Workforce Analytics and Director of the Center for Workforce Analytics at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University.|
|14.15-15.00||Jorrit van der Togt, EVP HR Strategy and Learning, Royal Dutch Shell plc|
|15.00-15.45||Morten Kamp Andersen, Partner, Proacteur|
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The mini-conference is held with support from DSEB.
Slides from the speakers:
Professor Dana Minbaeva - Introduction (pdf): file here
Professor Mark Huselid - Driving strategy through analytics (pdf): file here
Jorrit Van der Togt - Shell (pdf): file here
Morten Kamp Andersen - Proacteur (pdf): file here