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Tucana People Analytics Podcast | Insights & Interviews from the World of Human Resources

Weekly interviews with leading practitioners, thought leaders and pioneers in the field of People Analytics, drawing in Workforce Planning, Employee Insight and game-changing technology. Find out what you can be doing to push ahead with your own work in People Analytics, and how your company can get a real cometitive edge by using the latest methods and technologies as they emerge. Chaired by Max Blumberg and David Green
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May 12, 2017

Episode 14: Strategic People Analytics

Max Blumberg talks with Alec Levenson, Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California. He conducts research and consulting with companies on strategy, organisation design and talent management, and is a thought leader in HR analytics. His recent book is titled Strategic Analytics, which is the subject of this discussion.

In this week's episode, they discuss:

  • What causes gaps between HR and the business?
  • Building causal models which link people investments to strategic outcomes
  • Which HR processes require analytics focus and which do not
  • When people analytics ROI can be a dangerous thing
May 4, 2017

Within global Fortune 100 organizations, executives heavily rely on the rich analytics to inform business decisions about the products they create, the markets they serve, and how operations are run. But what about measuring managers, one of an organisation’s most vital assets? 

A Gallup study found that at least 70% of the variance in employee engagement scores is driven by manager behaviours. While executives can quantify discrete business outcomes like revenue generated, the actions that drives these results is often unclear, unmeasured and unseen.

Microsoft has identified the tacit connection between workplace behaviours and employee engagement and survey responses. In this presentation attendees will learn specific behaviour changes that can make managers more effective based on insights from within Microsoft as well as best practices based on research conducted by Microsoft for Fortune 100 companies.

Max Blumberg talks with Becky Thielen, Director for Global Workforce Data Insights, and her colleague in the new Workplace Analytics division, Jeremy Tyers.

In this week's episode, they discuss:

  • How Microsoft uses analytics to transform HR both internally and at its clients
  • Where the people analytics industry is heading
  • Competing technologies
  • How to measure the impact of managers behaviour on business performance and culture.
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