Discover How Performance Measurements Drive Results
Human capital analytics have been around in some way, shape or form for over 20 years.
But are human capital analytics really valued by business leaders? Do the analytics really provide insight to, or drive, business performance? The true answer to these questions is generally “no.”
It is time to advance to the next generation of human capital analytics—HC analytics 2.0 that drive business performance. They allow organizations to more efficiently deploy their human capital to minimize costs, drive top-line revenue and build a sustainable competitive advantage relative to their competitors.
Please join Wendy Hirsch and Brian Kelly from Mercer to hear real-life case studies on how innovative companies are leveraging analytics of tomorrow to fundamentally transform their businesses today!
Participants will come to understand the current state of the human capital analytics, including a review of what successful organizations are doing and models they employ to achieve success. Participants will also gain insight into “what’s next” in analytics and planning and how to evolve their analytics initiatives.
Who Should Attend This Webcast
HR and Finance professionals, operations, line of business executives, or other professionals responsible for business performance or workforce analysis.
Wendy Hirsch is a principal with Mercer’s Human Capital Business. She helps clients understand the people implications of their business strategy and leverage their human resource function to improve bottom-line results. She is an industrial-organizational psychologist who has experience in human capital strategy and measurement, workforce analytics and planning, attraction and retention, metrics and dashboards, pay equity, and diversity. Her work has been presented at several national conferences and published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Human Resource Development Quarterly.
Brian Kelly is a partner at Mercer and is the global Commercial Leader for the human capital metrics and analytics solutions. Brian currently serves as the co-chair of the Institute of Human Resources Workforce Planning and Analytics Working Group and vice chair of the Society of Human Resource Professional’s (SHRM) workforce metrics taskforce. Previously, he was the president of Infohrm’s North American operations and was responsible for the firm’s global sales, marketing and partner strategy.