Optimizing Cross-Cultural Talent in the Workforce

Developing a Human Resources culture that is anchored in HR data and analytics is a process. It is a journey over time that moves HR from reporting to analytics.
By Belinda Jones

Data and analytics have been transforming industries for at least a decade, but it is the accelerating pace of big data generation that gets so much attention. If data and analytics can transform the banking, finance, marketing, insurance, healthcare, and sales industries, then it can transform talent management.

People analytics attempt to remove intuition, bias and hunches from workforce decision-making and replace them with evidence-based and data-driven decisions. It requires an HR culture that is anchored in the big data and analytics technologies, and once anchored the culture cascades throughout the organization. It is a process or journey and not an initiative with a beginning and end.

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