The Council on Human Capital Analytics provides a forum for leaders and seasoned practitioners to share innovative strategies and practical ideas in order to articulate the impact of human capital investments. Potential discussions include future trends, best and emerging practices on:
- Critical metrics and the use of human capital analytics at critical junctures in decision making
- Analytic tools and technology
- Challenges/roadblocks and how to overcome them, and
- Advanced techniques in analytics and data visualization
Potential output for HCA Council include: HCA Maturity Model, HCA Competency Model, Annual HCA Research Report, or other output deemed significant by HCA Council Members.
The power of peer learning
Enduring relationships with trusted peers are the core of the council experience. Enhanced by our global, enterprise-wide reach, these relationships span the world in the context of a confidential peer-to-peer dialogue with the emphasis on shared experiences, as well as access to specific knowledge and best practices. Members will build their own expertise as well as advance the emerging discipline of HCA, providing access to peer coaching, benchmarking, and insights from leading researchers and practitioners.
Council membership benefits
Collective problem solving that puts your issue on the agenda
Benchmarking through regular surveys of council members about relevant company practices
Multifunctional insights generated by the wealth of perspectives gathered from over 100 councils (covering more than 50 functions) that work together across geographies
Virtual communities that extend learning opportunities through a variety of online forums and other resources
Contribution and direct access to HCA models and research created by the HCA Council
Who should join?
Members are executives/leaders responsible for broad enterprise implementation and have experience in proactively implementing human capital analytics in their organizations/practices. May be heads of workforce analytics, measurement and evaluation, HR, learning and development, organization effectiveness, and operations research.
What members say
“Councils are unique in ensuring that members develop an engaged relationship with one another. That, plus the trusting and confidential nature of our discussions, allows us to share really valuable and meaningful information. I have found this group to be consistently helpful and supportive of my ability to do my job well.”
Carl C. Hoffmann
Program Director, Human Capital Analytics Council