HR Analytics are certainly not a new topic in our business, however they have become very popular recently. We have done this type of work for organizations of all sizes for nearly twenty years—so ...
Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s insight:
Great read on iNostix' HR Intelligence Blog. A solid set of must-know guidelines and common mistakes when embarking onto the field of HR Analytics.
For example: - "Organizations make investments in people without any data or with the wrong data" - "Once a connection/linkage is made with the data, accountability is unavoidable (and that’s a good thing)" - "Actual business impact must be shown—making predictions are not enough"
Lethal quote: "Accountability sucks – when it is happening to you. It’s great when you’re holding someone to it. Big Data might be the biggest weapon you have in your tool box – be very careful who you point it at."
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