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April 19-20, 2023

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Speakers:

Bunmi Ajagunna
Senior Manager HR Technologies & Analytics
MCAP

Stephanie Murphy
Head Talent Analytics
Dell Technologies

Maura Stevenson
Chief Human Resources Officer
MedVet

Maureen Tanguay
Global Head of Recruitment Operations and Talent Solutions
GlaxoSmithKline

Christopher Cerasoli
Senior Associate Director People Analytics
Boehringer Ingelheim

Kerrian Fournier
Vice President Total Rewards and Performance
FIS Global

Wes Dickson
Director of People Analytics
Duke University Health System

Gary Russo
Executive Director of Workforce Intelligence
Providence Health & Services

Dave Sachs
Senior Director People Analytics & Data Science
Northwestern Mutual

Lyndon Llanes
Senior Manager Talent Intelligence
Verizon Wireless

Dave Fineman
Global Leader of Workforce Planning and People Analytics
PTC

Leveraging HR Data & technology to inform people strategies

Technology, big data, and analytics have become important items in the strategic HR decision making toolkit. Critical HR processes like recruiting, training & development, performance assessment, employee engagement management, and retention management require everyday analysis to generate insights for proactive action.

Most companies are now actively looking for ways to capture and measure their workforce value. From niche tools such as applicant tracking systems to robust, full-service HR platforms, nearly every kind of HR software is built with data analysis functionalities today. However, for people analytics to prosper, it is important to have a well-thought-out strategy that focuses on what really matters to the overall business. People analytics should enable a business to not only measure and track progress in relation to the business strategy but also assist HR to manage the overall people strategy by prescribing future actions to ultimately reach strategic business objectives.

When data informs every people decision an organization makes, from recruiting and retention to training and productivity, the outcome is a more effective human resources function that acts as a true business partner. And while kicking off a people analytics strategy or elevating it to include data Science methods and techniques, may seem like a daunting endeavor, it doesn’t have to be.

HRO Today’s 3rd Annual HR Data Science & People Analytics Conference will showcase how data can optimize every aspect of human capital management. Join our expert speaker faculty as they share their stories on the benefits that can be accomplished when technology and capability come together to unlock the true power of people analytics.

Session topics include:

  • Using a data-driven approach to talent acquisition
  • How people analytics can support D&I work
  • Strategic workforce planning
  • Engagement Analytics
  • Aligning people analytics and business objectives
  • How HR technology impacts the employee experience
  • Data-led culture change
  • HR data visualization and communication

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