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Relying on Traditional HR Will Lose You the Analytics Talent Race

Analytics in HR

The war for talent is raging across industries and countries, and nowhere is the fight more intense than in data science and analytics. In fact, Gartner anticipates that there will be a shortage of 100,000 data scientists in the United States alone by 2020. The reality: traditional HR struggles to fulfill the analytics remit. Even the most apt HR teams are already struggling to fulfill their analytics remit. Analytics News & Blogs

If you build it, will they come? Overcoming the talent crisis in manufacturing

HR Times

Blog posts here on HR Times regularly discuss ways organizations can rethink and revamp their talent programs to better support business strategies and overcome workforce challenges. 2 Also consider that manufacturing employs 9 percent of the workforce, supporting more than 12 million workers directly and 17.4 percent in 2013, 4 and data projections suggest 400,000 jobs will be added between 2015 and 2020. 1 Milken Institute and Economic Planning Institute.

Hiring On All Cylinders is the Official Podcast of HR Tech

Entelo

We’ll be broadcasting live as the official podcast of this year’s HR Technology Conference and Expo! Will you be at HR Tech? Brian Sommer is an industry analyst who covers the ERP, finance and HR sectors. Elaine Orler , CEO and Founder, Talent Function.

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