Human Capital Analytics Publications

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  1. 20 Truths about Human Capital Analytics: Insights from the 2016 Human Capital Analytics Conference

    December 2016 | Conference KeyNotes

    As human capital analytics grows, it is no longer considered merely optional to HR strategy. Early adopters have used HCA to increase HR efficiency as well as overall business performance. 

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  1. 2011 Human Capital Metrics Conference KeyNotes Report

    February 2012 | Conference KeyNotes

    Using statistical, predictive analysis of its human capital is key to helping it create business strategy and make investment decisions.

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  1. 2012 Human Capital Analytics Conference KeyNotes Report

    January 2013 | Conference KeyNotes

    These Conference KeyNotes summarize the discussions held by the approximately 114 executives who attended The 2012 Human Capital Analytics Conference in New York in November 2012.

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  1. 30 Truths about Talent Acquisition: Insights from the 4th Annual Talent Acquisition Conference

    October 2017 | Conference KeyNotes

    Do you have an employer brand? How good is your candidate experience? Are your business and acquisition strategies aligned? As your talent needs heat up, how you answer these questions will become paramount.

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  1. Beyond Technology: Why This Transformation Is Different

    January 2017 | Research Report

    If the industrial age was about standardization; the digital age is about mass customization and mass collaboration.

  2. Big Data Doesn’t Mean ‘Big Brother’: Employee Trust and the Next Generation of Human Capital Analytics

    May 2015 | Key Business Issues

    We expect to see a widening performance gap between companies that excel at using new data sources and tools to optimize human capital and those that don’t.

  3. Big Data Doesn't Mean 'Big Brother' (Implications for Asia)

    September 2015 | Key Business Issues

    Human capital leaders in Asia should insist that their organizations build stronger capabilities in human capital analytics by reaching out to stakeholders, navigating data protection regulations, and garnering employee trust.

  4. Big Data Doesn't Mean 'Big Brother' (Implications for CFO)

    May 2015 | Key Business Issues

    We expect to see enhanced competitive advantage for organizations at the leading edge of HCA that excel at using new data sources and tools to optimize human capital.

  5. Big Data Doesn't Mean 'Big Brother' (Implications for CHRO)

    May 2015 | Key Business Issues

    Organizations at the leading edge of HCA are using new sources of workforce data—electronic badges, email headers, weekly polls, and real-time data streaming from internal platforms—to improve performance.

  6. Big Data Doesn't Mean 'Big Brother' (Implications for Legal and Risk Officers)

    May 2015 | Key Business Issues

    Organizations at the leading edge of HCA are using new sources of workforce data to gain competitive advantage. However, these practices raise privacy, legal, and ethical concerns.