Driving Organizational Change Through HR Metrics and Workforce Analytics
Driving Organizational Change ThroughHR Metrics and Workforce Analytics
This course is introduced to you by the International Academy of Human Resources Development (IAHRD). Our courses are specially designed to meet your needs, explained to you by experts with a long experience in the field.
HR metrics and Workforce Analysis enables you to recognize the potential value of having simple descriptive statistics about the organizations people, and its operations to highlight available opportunities and be ready for potential risks. This course will help you link evidence-based data to business strategy , performance and human capital activities. From facilitating outcome-based conversations, to interpreting and benchmarking organizational results, this course provides HR professionals hands-on experience that will help acquire the confidence needed to build consensus and acceptance around human capital measures that support operational goals.
After attending this course, participants will be able to:
- Appreciate the importance of business metrics and HR workforce analytics and how to use them.
- Understand and link evidence based-data to the business strategy.
- Improve the linking process between human capital results and activities to business performance.
- Gather data to implement human capital measurement in your organization through an effective designed plan.
- Introduction to HR metrics and workforce analytics.
- The history of HR metrics and analytics.
- HR metrics and workforce in organizations of all sizes.
- The driving factors of HR metrics and workforce.
- The rapidly growing interest in HR metrics and workforce.
- The SHRM Human Capital Analytics Model.
- HR metrics toolkit.
- The balanced scorecard has refined managers view on metrics.
- Assess and plan
- Link and align
- Identify and build
- Implement and execute
- Evaluate and enhance
- Organization and HR impacts
- Combining data metrics into elements.
- Limitations of historical metrics.
- Cost and benefits consequences.
- The practices of workforce analytics.
Who Should Attend?
- Mid-level HR professionals with three to seven years of HR experience
- HR professionals who need a greater understanding of the drivers of business performance
- HR professionals who want to communicate with business leaders around financial metrics
- HR professionals who support business leaders