This post shares how a software has been developed in response to extensive employee insight. We have shared before how crucial employee engagement & motivation are to achieving CX goals. The opportunity for HR Analytics also needs to be guided by a good understanding of what matters to your teams. So, I was delighted to be approached by David Mizne, editor of award-winning 15Five blog. Having seen our focus on.. Read More
Advice from 4 specialist publications, on how to design analytics teams. Options to consider, pitfalls to avoid & learning from experience of an apprentice.
Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should; this is perhaps the simplest way to introduce questionable practices. Last year we posted on the desire amongst many data scientists to achieve social good through their work. As for all disciplines, there is also a potential “dark side“ to the capabilities of data scientists. So firms have or still do seek to use data as a weapon or persist with questionable.. Read More
As we focus on Analytics & Data Science this month, I’ve been reminded of how a Competency Framework can help. Both work with clients, and my own experience in creating & leading analytics teams, has taught me that such a tool can help in a number of ways. In this post I’ll explain what I mean by a competency framework and the different ways it can help Analytics, Data Science or.. Read More
Returning to our theme, of using Customer Insight outside of Marketing. This time, we consider HR Analytics. Such HR insight has become a growing focus in recent years & rightly so, in my opinion. Both from the perspective of recruiting & retaining analytics talent, plus the potential for analytics to optimise key HR processes or decisions. However, as I’ve spent more time this month meeting with analytics leaders from different organisations, it.. Read More
A discussion of differences between a coach or mentor. How can each help you as a leader & which do you really need to improve your insight leadership?