Building Strategic Metrics from Targeted Analytics
Thursday, February 3, 2011,
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM ET
New Directions in HR Metrics: The Newest, Best HR Metric Capability Yet Created
Today, new HR analytics related to translating talent management strategies into action is about to become a business phenomenon and a challenge to every HR executive who strives to achieve greater excellence in the job of managing human capital.
Now, you can put the latest analytic-driven HR metrics to work in your organization. Once you define the right analytics, you can collect the relevant data.
But don't be deceived. Although the basic concepts are very easy to understand, it's not easy to execute without the right capabilities and procedures.
That's where this Webinar comes in. It's designed to take you from textbook learning to practical hands-on execution in your own organization.
The program shows you how to identify, manage and track the right HR and talent management measurements.
SELECTING HR MEASUREMENTS THAT REALLY MATTER
Building scorecards often lead to choosing metrics that are easily available and “good enough.”
The negative consequences of doing this range from diverting attention away from the outcomes that really matter, to managing the business or workforce counter-productively.
In this session, Dr. Alec Levenson details how to build strategic metrics from what is now called targeted analytics. Targeted analytics identify the drivers of behavior and organizational processes that are the foundation of performance and effectiveness.
Dr. Levenson demonstrates how these analytics can proactively forecast how individual employees and groups will respond to changes in job design, processes, and incentives.
Attendees of this webinar will learn:
- What exactly is meant by targeted analytics?
- What's my first step in implementing state-of-the-art strategic metrics derived from targeted analytics?
- What measurements are essential to evaluating and appraising the success of talent management strategies?
- What are the new HR analytics relating to hiring and staffing... compensation and benefit values... training and development... knowledge/information repositories... employee relations and retention programs... managing outsourced HR activities... and much, much more?
- How can I actually find the right metrics ... how can I collect the appropriate data on a continuous basis...how can I obtain leaps in knowledge and service worker productivity through the use of workplace surveys and other analytic tools?
- How do I keep my Talent and HR measurement system going once I start?
Here's your chance to learn how the new HR analytics work-- and how they can work for you.
If you are under pressure to accurately measure job performance…measure intellectual capital and Web-based HR systems...link compensation to performance outcomes and more, this webinar is for you!
Center for Effective Organizations
University of Southern California
Levenson is a research scientist with the Center for Effective Organizations at the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, where he focuses on the economics of human resources and organization design; HR and human capital metrics, analytics and
return on investment; and strategy.
He works with companies to improve the quality of human capital analytics and increase the efficacy of HR programs and practices in organizations such as Booz Allen Hamilton, Capital One, Cisco Systems, Frito-Lay, Motorola, Pfizer, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Royal Bank of Canada and Sun Microsystems.
Levenson's research has been published in numerous academic outlets and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, CNN, U.S. News and World Report, National Public Radio and The Los Angeles Times.
He has received research grants from the Sloan Foundation, Russell Sage Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Science Foundation and the National Institute for Literacy.
Levenson holds a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Princeton University.
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