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Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018

HRmarketer

Once again using HRmarketer software, we analyzed the #HRTechConf conference website and tweets to come up with the following Conference Twitter Primer — all the information you need to socially prepare for the world’s largest HR technology conference and exposition hall!

Go Beyond “Just Numbers” and People Analytics to Gain Buy-In for HR Programs

Acendre

As advocates for strategic excellence in HR planning and execution, federal agency Chief Human Capital Officers (CHCOs) and their teams work hard in assembling the metrics required to justify increased budget investments for recruitment, onboarding, training, engagement and succession initiatives. At the recent Human Capital Management for Government (HCMG) Conference in Alexandria, Va., Free Download: Blueprint for Implementing People Analytics in your Agency.

Gaining Clarity in the Evolving Practice of People Analytics

i4cp

People analytics can seem like a “messy” business. But judging by the more than 400 people—including a notable group of speakers and panelists—gathered at the Third Annual Wharton School People Analytics Conference this month, momentum is clearly building around the evolving practice area. More than a technical or HR conference, this gathering focused on Leadership—and how leaders can make better decisions using human capital and other business data.

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Go Beyond “Just Numbers” and People Analytics to Gain Buy-In for HR Programs

Acendre

As advocates for strategic excellence in HR planning and execution, federal agency Chief Human Capital Officers (CHCOs) and their teams work hard in assembling the metrics required to justify increased budget investments for recruitment, onboarding, training, engagement and succession initiatives. At the recent Human Capital Management for Government (HCMG) Conference in Alexandria, Va., Free Download: Blueprint for Implementing People Analytics in your Agency.

The 2020 Workforce: Misconceptions Between Management and Employees

China Gorman

As of now, only 50% of HR departments state that they use quantifiable metrics and benchmarking in workforce development and only 47% say they know how to extract meaningful insights from the data available to them.

Will People Analysts always be human?

Littal Shemer

The article was based on my Lecture at the HR & People Analytics Forum Budapest, April 2018. We heard the words that every speaker emphasized in this conference: measures, KPIs, metrics, models, predictions, insights. And of course, People Analytics. People Analytics

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HR Tech Weekly: Episode #226: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

HR Examiner

Microsoft says Teams now has 13M daily active users, TMP Worldwide Acquires Perengo – A Programmatic Recruitment vendor, John has some updates from the Mind The Product Conference and PlanSource User Conference, and Namely appoints Larry Dunivan as their newCEO.

Leading the Pack

HRExecutive

This year’s winning products represent the full gamut of priorities facing HR leaders: from employee financial wellbeing to learning and development to talent analytics. Welcome, once again, to Human Resource Executive ® ’s Top HR Products contest.

Prediction 8: HR’s digitization focus will shift from automating processes to improving productivity

HR Times

This isn’t to say that the automation of HR’s hire-to-retire processes will drop off the agenda entirely. Posted by Christa Degnan Manning on January 22, 2018. It’s time for HR to refocus its digitalization efforts.

Workday Podcast: Building the World’s Largest Collaborative Data Community

Workday

It is day three of the Workday Rising conference. During those days you may remember metrics like page views and unique visitors being kind of the gold standard of whether or not a business online was performing. And the reality is those metrics were pretty meaningless. They were just kind of interest metrics, they didn’t tell you how your advertising was performing, how your merchandising was doing.

Experts Predict the Future of HR

Namely

For a full recap of the conference, click here. Today, online software and tools have made paper obsolete, and the profession is more metric-driven than ever before. We have very low unemployment, 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day over the next decade, and Gen Z entering the workplace. GL: We’ve been talking about people analytics for years. What are your thoughts on the future of people analytics? The field of human resources is changing.