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Building your Business Case for Workforce Analytics and Planning

Date July 22, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

How can you build a business case to get your workforce analytics initiative funded this year, not this decade? And why should you care?

It is commonly understood that companies with workforce analytics capabilities outperform their peers in quality of hire, retention and leadership capabilities. Yet, recent research by Harvard Business Review has found a large gap between what companies expect from human resources — data-driven insight and action —and the capabilities that are necessary to deliver it.

In fact, Deloitte University Press’ Global Human Capital Trends report found that although 75 percent of companies believe workforce analytics is important, only 8 percent believe their company is “strong” in this area — almost the same results as their 2014 survey.

HR expert Josh Bersin has coined the term “stuck in neutral” to describe HR’s slow adoption of workforce analytics. Why is this? Why does it matter? And what can you do to accelerate your movement toward data-driven HR?

In this webinar, analytics expert Dave Weisbeck will discuss:

  • The drivers behind the datafication of HR.
  • How to build a business case for workforce analytics.
  • Examples of workforce analytics at work.


     Dave Weisbeck – Chief Strategy Officer, Visier

Dave Weisbeck leads the overall solutions success and strategy at Visier. He is a seasoned software executive who has experience ranging from building development teams to growing multibillion-dollar businesses as a general manager. Prior to joining Visier, Weisbeck spent more than 18 years in the information management and analytics industry, which included time spent helping to build Crystal Decisions and Business Objects products and product strategy. Most recently he was the senior vice president and general manager responsible for business intelligence, enterprise information management and data warehousing at SAP.

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