Helping organizations in Asia accelerate their adoption of workforce analytics

Recent Publications

Employing Analytics to Enhance Workplace Productivity 2016


In most of the Asia Pacific region, the catch-up phase in which productivity gains were easy to achieve by the introduction of technology is gone. Rising wage pressure, lack of adequate skills to leverage technology, ineffectual leadership, and low engagement levels are making it difficult for firms to deliver further productivity gains. Through the use of workforce analytics, organizations can systematically examine and measure the quality of productivity initiatives to identify and implement the most effective policies for workforce productivity and deliver the productivity gains that can make the difference between thriving and simply surviving.


Deciphering Labor and Skill Shortages in Asia with Workforce Analytics 2016


Across Asia, skilled labor is in high demand, but workforce preparedness varies widely across the region, and each country faces different challenges when it comes to their skilled labor pools. We summarize the key challenges of four countries in the region—China, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines—and provide guidelines for using workforce analytics to address talent concerns in the region.


The Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Voices from Asia 2016


New trends are emerging in human capital due to changes in workforce demographics, advances in technology, and the rise of big data. This issue of Human Capital in Review focuses on various talent strategies and provides insights on how companies can address their talent challenges, including exploring untapped talent pools and being innovative in talent management.


Workforce Analytics: The View from Asia 2015


Organizations throughout the world have been building up their analytic capabilities. Employers in Asia are no different. Faced with rapid changes in population demographics and a highly competitive economic climate, some employers in the region are using workforce analytics to manage and understand employees for competitive advantage.


Big Data Doesn’t Mean Big Brother (Implications for Asia) 2015


For employers in Asia-Pacific, the next generation of human capital analytics may be a means of managing highly pressing employee issues prevalent in the region, such as rapid compensation growth and high employee attrition rates.


How to Get Started in Workforce Analytics 2015


Addressing the disconnect between the desire to create evidence-based workforce action and the lack of organizational ability and experience to do this effectively.


Unlocking the Potential of “Long Data” to Drive Workforce Analytics 2014


Big data provides deep analysis typically focused on a point in time, whereas long data provides insights from stories that have unfolded over time.


Human Capital Analytics: A Primer 2012


This report, which reflects the work of The Conference Board Research Working Group on Human Capital Analytics, looks at the current state of human capital analytics in terms of challenges, guiding principles, processes, models, and standards.


Implementing Strategic Workforce Planning in Asia 2009


The right people in the right places: reducing business risks through effective workforce planning

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