Helping organizations in Asia accelerate their adoption of workforce analytics
What's trending in human capital analytics and big data? Our expert Mary Young tells all in this Insight Minute edition.
People analytics isn't perfect — yet — but it helps eliminate biases in important areas such as recruitment, says Wharton's Cade Massey.
Balancing out task orientation and people orientation can be difficult. Here’s how HCM and analytics comes to the rescue.
Analyzing massive amounts of data to describe, predict, and prescribe a course of action is changing some HR practices and revealing the importance of others.
WAI Insights 2016
Dec 2016: Strategies to Increase Employee Productivity
To better understand the strategies used by companies in Asia to raise productivity, in October 2016 the Workforce Analytics Institute (WAI) surveyed HR executives across the region, augmented by individual interviews. Three key themes emerged.
Nov 2016: Using Workforce Analytics to Enhance Employee Productivity
Enhancing productivity is becoming a priority for many organizations, in order to maintain competitiveness and profitability. This is particularly crucial in light of an uncertain global economic climate experiencing weak productivity growth.
Aug 2016: Leveraging External Labor Market Information to Address Talent Concerns
Organizations planning to grow their footprint in Asia will need to leverage not only internal HR data, but also external labor market information, in order to manage their talent and enhance their workforce decisions. There are many ways to leverage external labor market information.
May 2016: Define Your Workforce Analytics Roadmap
The Workforce Analytics Institute’s 2015 pulse survey shows that more employers in Asia are taking on workforce analytics, with 92% of respondents in our October survey indicating that they have started or have plans to get started on workforce analytics.
Mar 2016: Three Easy Steps to Getting Started with Workforce Analytics
One of the greatest challenges and opportunities for HR leaders today is in the disconnect between the desire to create evidence-based workforce action, and the lack of organizational ability and experience to do this effectively.
Jan 2016: The Outlook for Workforce Analytics Capabilities in Asia
In 2015, the Workforce Analytics Institute surveyed HR practitioners in Asia and found that 86% of organizations have plans to increase their analytics capability over the next two years.
WAI Insights 2015
Dec 2015: Analytics Capability Building Is a Priority for Employers in Asia
Surveys of HR practitioners in Asia by The Workforce Analytics Institute found that the majority of employers in Asia are planning to build up workforce analytics capability in the next two years. In fact, companies in Asia are already collecting employee data from various sources.
Oct 2015: Analytics Capability Is About Analyzing the Right Things, Not Just About Analyzing Things Right
The Human Capital Analytics Eco system specifies a series of steps to guide organizations that want to build a successful and sustainable human capital analytics practice.
Sep 2015: Which Types of Workforce Analytics is Your Organization Implementing Now?
Organizations progress upon the analytics implementation journey upon a curve marked by seven identifiable types, from anecdotal to forecasting. The power of workforce analytics to the organization varies from less powerful to more powerful depending on where on the curve the organization is.
Aug 2015: Where Is Your Organization on the Analytics Maturity Continuum?
The Analytics Maturity Model shows how organizations progressively develop their capability. As organizations journey from aspirational to experienced, and then to transformed organizations, they progressively build up their capability to derive greater insights from data.