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9th Annual Human Capital Analytics Conference

Learn from leading organizations as they describe how they put human capital analytics to work. Walk away with a specific set of actions to help you move forward with your analytics practice.
OCTOBER 28 - 29, 2014 | NEW YORK MARRIOTT EAST SIDE | NEW YORK, NY

October 28 - 29, 2014

Advanced Practitioner or Novice? - We've Got the Content for You! 

Download the updated agenda

Human Capital Analytics (HCA) is the linchpin of all human capital investments. It uncovers opportunities and helps solve problems with efficient solutions. It keeps existing initiatives from derailing and helps secure necessary funding for future projects. HCA enables the wheels of human capital to turn in a forward motion, driving organization strategy in the right direction.

Attend the 9th Annual Human Capital Analytics Conference to hear best practices on how to:

  • Show the  return on investment in human capital projects
  • Use analytics to gain insights into critical opportunities
  • Implement solutions that make contribution and optimize their workforce
  • Strategically align HR metrics to drive business strategy

Along with case studies, you will hear results from the latest research and its implications to you and your practice. At the end of the conference, you will Walk Away with an Action Plan identifying the specific steps you plan to take to make human capital analytics work for you.

Who Should Attend

Vice Presidents and Directors of:

  • Human Capital Analytics
  • Human Capital Data
  • Workforce Analytics
  • HRIS
  • HR Technology
  • Workforce Planning
  • Human Resources
  • Talent Management
  • Human Capital
  • HR Strategic Analytics

For more information Download the updated agenda 

Register by September 12th and SAVE $200!

For SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES, please contact denise.sinuk@conference-board.org.
For SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, please contact michael.felden@conference-board.org

LOCATION

New York Marriott East Sid/b>
525 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY
United States 10017
Phone: 212-755-4000
Fax: 212-751-3440
Official Website:

OCTOBER 28 - 29, 2014
NEW YORK MARRIOTT EAST SIDE

October 27, 2014

This interactive workshop will show you how to make human capital analytics (HCA) work in your organization, beginning with the need for a systematic approach with conservative standards and built on a framework that can provide data to a variety of stakeholders.  This methodology is being used by hundreds of organizations to ensure that human capital analytics adds value to an organization.  The framework uses six categories of data and is appropriate for the five types of HCA projects.

Walk away with a variety of tools, techniques and examples including:

  • Examples of HCA projects to show you how the process works, beginning with defining a problem and progressing all the way to communicating results and driving improvement.
  • Tips on how the HCA practice can be initiated, funded, organized, and operated to ensure that it adds business value
  • Factors for successful human capital analytics practices   

PLUS! Participants will receive a copy of the new book, Making Human Capital Analytics Work, by Patricia Pulliam Phillips and Jack J. Phillips, McGraw-Hill 2015.

Jack Phillips, PhD, Chairman, ROI Institute, Inc.

J. Brian Taylor, Vice President, Human Capital Analytics, Fifth Third Bancorp

October 28 - 29, 2014

Advanced Practitioner or Novice? - We've Got the Content for You! 

Download the updated agenda

Human Capital Analytics (HCA) is the linchpin of all human capital investments. It uncovers opportunities and helps solve problems with efficient solutions. It keeps existing initiatives from derailing and helps secure necessary funding for future projects. HCA enables the wheels of human capital to turn in a forward motion, driving organization strategy in the right direction.

Attend the 9th Annual Human Capital Analytics Conference to hear best practices on how to:

  • Show the  return on investment in human capital projects
  • Use analytics to gain insights into critical opportunities
  • Implement solutions that make contribution and optimize their workforce
  • Strategically align HR metrics to drive business strategy

Along with case studies, you will hear results from the latest research and its implications to you and your practice. At the end of the conference, you will Walk Away with an Action Plan identifying the specific steps you plan to take to make human capital analytics work for you.

Who Should Attend

Vice Presidents and Directors of:

  • Human Capital Analytics
  • Human Capital Data
  • Workforce Analytics
  • HRIS
  • HR Technology
  • Workforce Planning
  • Human Resources
  • Talent Management
  • Human Capital
  • HR Strategic Analytics

For more information Download the updated agenda 

Register by September 12th and SAVE $200!

For SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES, please contact denise.sinuk@conference-board.org.
For SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, please contact michael.felden@conference-board.org

Kerstin Aumann, Manager, HR Analytics & Generalist, Tronox Incorporated

Jason Averbook, Chief Innovation Officer , Appirio, Inc.

Stacey Boyle, Vice President , Vestrics

Cory Edmonds, Director, People Analytics , Unum Group

Bob Farrell, Principal , Farrell Consulting

Laura Gast, Manager, HR Planning and Analytics , Ohio State University

Leslie Golay, Analytics Consultant, Wells Fargo

Rana Hobbs, Senior Director, Workforce Planning , Aasonn

Peter Howes, Vice President, Workforce Planning & Analytics, SuccessFactors, an SAP Company

David Humphreys, Custom Research Director Americas , Economist Intelligence Unit

Brian Kelly, Principal & Founder , AnalyticsFirst

Camden Lee, Senior Analytics Consultant , Wells Fargo & Company

Camden Lee, Senior Analytics Consultant , Wells Fargo & Company

Gregory Lush, Senior Vice President , ABM

Amit Mohindra, Vice President Workforce Intelligence, Apple, Inc.

Peter Nakahata, Principal and Founder , PTN Consulting Group, LLC

Haig Nalbantian, Senior Partner and Founder , Mercer Workforce Sciences Institute

Sonja Narcisse, SVP, Global Human Resources & Chief Human Resource Officer, Tronox

Jack Phillips, Founder and Chairman , ROI Institute, Inc.

Alan Press, Global Head of Marketing & Commercial Director, The Economist Group

Tracy Price, Executive Vice President, President, ABM Facilities Solutions Group, ABM Industries Inc.

Mason Quackenbush, Director, HR Operations and Executive Consultant for Major Projects, Gundersen Health System

Michael Sokol, Principal , Lokos Consulting

Michael Sunderman, Executive Director, Learning and Development, Verizon Communications, Inc.

Brian Taylor, Vice President, Human Capital Analytics , Fifth Third Bank

Lou Tedrick, Vice President,Global Learning & Development, Verizon Wireless

Ahu Yildirmaz, VP, Market Insights & Analytics and Head of ADP Research Institute, ADP

Jack Phillips, Founder and Chairman , ROI Institute, Inc.

Brian Taylor, Vice President, Human Capital Analytics , Fifth Third Bank

Sponsored by
Successfactors, an SAP company
ADP
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