Helping organizations in Asia accelerate their adoption of workforce analytics
February 2017 Executive Briefings
Employing Analytics to Raise Employee Productivity in Asia-Pacific
Raising employee productivity is one of the key levers that organizations can use to improve their competitiveness. Through the use of workforce analytics, organizations can measure the impact of productivity initiatives and deliver the gains that can make a difference.
Against this backdrop, The Workforce Analytics Institute convened senior HR leaders at executive briefings in Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai in February 2017, to explore and discuss findings from the new report Employing Analytics to Enhance Workplace Productivity, and to take a close look at the key approaches and strategies that organizations can use to enhance productivity.
At these sessions our experts Nicholas Sutcliffe and Dr. Caitlin Pan from The Conference Board, with Siddharth Mehta and Jackson Kam from Mercer, shared key learning points around the need for organizations to develop leadership to drive productivity, enhance employee engagement, and leverage technology to raise productivity.
Dr. Caitlin Pan, Senior Researcher with The Conference Board in Asia, engaging with participants at the Singapore briefing.
Jackson Kam, Regional Practice Leader, AMEA, from Mercer; Roger Tsui, Director of Associate Services, and Dr. Caitlin Pan, Senior Researcher, Human Capital, both from The Conference Board Asia introduce the briefing in Hong Kong.
Nicholas Sutcliffe, Executive Director of The Conference Board for Asia, presenting at the briefing in Shanghai.
August - September 2016 Executive Briefings
Deciphering Labor and Skill Shortages in Asia with Workforce Analytics
The Workforce Analytics Institute held executive briefings in Manila, Bangkok and Singapore in August and September 2016 to present key findings from the new research report Deciphering Labor and Skill Shortages in Asia with Workforce Analytics.
At these briefings experts from The Conference Board and Mercer drew upon this important new work to illustrate how organizations can leverage internal and external labor market data, profile case studies and perspectives from Asia, and provide guidelines for using analytics to address talent concerns. Key learning points for participants included where working-age populations will grow or decline, why low skill preparedness is still prevalent in emerging Asia, where demand for skilled labor exceeds supply in emerging Asia, and how workforce preparedness varies widely across Asia.
November 2015 Executive Briefings
The Workforce Analytics View from Asia
In November, the second series of the Workforce Analytics Institute briefings was held in Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, to address two key questions: What is the workforce analytics view from Asia? What are the implications for practitioners?
Participants heard findings from the latest research report, Workforce Analytics: The View from Asia from The Workforce Analytics Institute with human capital and workforce analytics experts, Dr. Rebecca Ray and Dr. Caitlin Pan of The Conference Board and Dion Groeneweg and Siddharth Mehta from Mercer. Participants learned how organizations can create an analytics culture in which business decisions are based on data, rather than personal preferences or biases from actual case studies of employers in Asia.
September 2015 Executive Briefings
The Current Workforce Analytics Landscape in India
In September, the Workforce Analytics Institute Briefing series was extended to India, with a session in Bangalore to explore the current workforce analytics landscape for organizations in India and the implications for practitioners. Participants heard findings from the latest research from The Conference Board and Mercer with presenters Nick Sutcliffe, executive director Asia for The Conference Board, and Dion Groeneweg from Mercer. Participants learned how organizations can harness the power of workforce analytics to drive business results.
Mr. Nicholas Sutcliffe, Executive Director of The Conference Board for Asia, presenting at the Workforce Analytics Institute Briefing at Bangalore
Participants at the Workforce Analytics Briefing in Bangalore
March - May 2015 Executive Briefings
The Current Workforce Analytics Landscape in Asia
The Conference Board and Mercer convened Workforce Analytics Institute briefings in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore at the end of March, and in Jakarta and Manila at the beginning of May, to address two key questions: What is the workforce analytics landscape for organizations in Asia? What are the implications for practitioners?
The Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore sessions were led by Rebecca Ray, executive vice president, knowledge organization and the leader of the global human capital practice for The Conference Board, together with Dion Groeneweg, partner and HR transformation & workforce planning leader for growth markets for Mercer. In Kuala Lumpur, the presenters were Rebecca Ray and Siddharth Mehta, workforce planning & analytics practice leader, ASEAN for Mercer. And the Manila and Jakarta sessions were led by Siddharth Mehta and Nicholas Sutcliffe, executive director, Asia, The Conference Board.
Participants heard of initial findings from new efforts to investigate the state of workforce analytics in Asia, gained an introduction to the Workforce Analytics Institute strategic collaboration between The Conference Board and Mercer, and learned how organizations can harness the power of workforce analytics to drive business results.
The audience for these briefings included members of The Conference Board, invited HR heads responsible for implementing workforce strategies, and senior executives requiring an up-to-date understanding of human capital analytics.
Dr. Rebecca Ray, Executive Vice President, Knowledge Organization and the leader of the global Human Capital Practice for The Conference Board, led the Singapore briefing.
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