People Planning: Measurement and Analytics
11 July @ 9:30 am - 12 July @ 4:00 pm£399.00 - £699.00
Measurement is an increasingly important aspect of HR professional capability. Good measurement can help maximise the effectiveness of HR strategy and operations, and can also help convince business colleagues that HR is managing itself in a business-like way. However, most organisations’ approaches to HR measurement fail to capture the benefits of these opportunities. Research also suggests that this area is one of HR’s weakest capabilities currently.
However, some organisations are learning to do more with their measures. Advances in approaches, tools and technologies, coupled with developing experience in these areas, are allowing organisations to monitor, evaluate and improve the implementation of their HR strategies much more effectively than before.
Attend this seminar to learn how measures and metrics can be developed in a way that helps to drive the success of your HR strategy, your people and the organisation. Learn why an HR strategy map and scorecard provide the most effective framework for developing and managing measurement within your own organisation and rehearse this approach for your own organisation.
We are currently seeing many different advances in the area of HR analytics, generated by our increasing understanding of using analytical tools in HR, and often, though not always, supported by developments in technology.
Analytics can be used to confirm our understanding about the way that our particular HR practices and organisations work. Common examples include identifying the most important talent in a business and how these people can be recruited, managed and paid more effectively. And analytics can also be used to add further intelligence to the metrics and KPIs which have been chosen to help monitor new workforce strategies.
Whether or not you believe that HR needs to become a data science there is no doubt that we need to make better use of data at our disposal.
Attend this seminar to learn how to optimise your workforce planning and measurement activities through the use of various analytical approaches.
Who should attend?
- HR practitioner, with an interest in, or need to improve, your capabilities in measurement
- HR team member, responsible for measurement, analytics, benchmarking or reporting
- HR technology specialist
Four key things you will learn on this course:
|Day One||Day Two|
| Measurement Opportunities and Approaches
|| Key Concepts in Data and Statistics
| HR Strategy Mapping and Scorecarding
||Strategic Insight and Statistics in Predictive Analytics
| Practice Session
|| Key Questions and Analytical Tools
| Planning and measurement in practice
|Conclusions and Action Planning|
*These training days will begin at 10am and finish at approx. 4pm with 3 scheduled refreshment breaks and lunch throughout the day.
Trainer: Jon Ingham
Jon Ingham is an independent strategic people management and organisation development consultant. His projects often involve helping companies innovate their HR approaches responding to changes in the world of work and also to tie more closely to their own strategic needs. His work is informed by a strong belief in the potential offered from a smarter investment in people and the consequent opportunity to create new value for a business.
He has worked with companies in UK and Europe, the Middle East, South Africa, Asia and Australia. Recent clients have included a financial services firm where HR had to sign up to providing half of the firm’s planned financial growth. Also, acting in an interim head of organisation development capacity for a leading retailer, planning for the introduction of a new digital business strategy.
Other activities include providing in-house and open training programmes. His Symposium courses have included strategic HR; digital HR, HR business partnering; people planning, measurement, analytics and reporting; HR and innovation; HR and social media; organisation design and development; process design; employee experience, change management, and specific courses on recruitment, learning, performance management and reward.
Jon has BA in Psychology, a Masters in Engineering and an MBA. He has frequently been recognised a leading influencer in HR, and he was listed as the 7th most influential UK HR Thinker in 2013. HR Examiner includes him in its list of the top 100 global HR influencers and states “Ingham is still early in his career. It’s not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich.”