Book Discussion: Calculating Success
17 July, 2012 | (01 hr)
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Please join us for an encore presentation of the book discussion webcast, Calculating Success: How the New Workplace Analytics Will Revitalize Your Organization, featuring coauthors, Eric Lesser, Research Director and North American Leader of IBM Institute for Business Value, and Carl C. Hoffmann, Founder of Human Capital Management and Performance LLC.
Recent research reveals that executives often fail to analyze critical data about their workforce or understand the true impact of their decisions on their company’s processes and people. Calculating Success presents a six-step framework for using human capital analytics to gain a more sustainable, systematic approach to talent management. Companies that develop this capability can make smarter strategic decisions, increase employee engagement, and measurably improve performance.
Mary Young, Principal Researcher of Human Capital at The Conference Board, will moderate a discussion about the challenges and pay-offs of using human capital analytics and strategic workforce planning to compete more effectively in the marketplace.
Audience: Human Capital professionals charged with leadership development, strategic workforce planning, workforce readiness, diversity & inclusion, talent management, strategic human resources, employee engagement or human capital analytics would benefit from this webcast.
Eric Lesser is the Research Director and North American Leader for the IBM Institute for Business Value. He is responsible for a global team of over 50 professionals responsible for driving IBM’s research and thought leadership on strategic ... Full Bio
Carl C. Hoffmann
Carl C. Hoffmann has been helping companies around the world meet the challenges of formulating and implementing effective human resource strategies for more than thirty years. From 1978 until1999, Hoffmann was CEO of a successful private consulti... Full Bio
Mary B. Young
Mary B. Young is principal researcher in human capital at The Conference Board.... Full Bio