Go from intuition- to fact-based workforce decision-making with this comprehensive guide to workforce analytics. This eBook includes advice on how to get started, tips to ensure successful implementation, and key recommendations for finding the right solution.
Read the results of the 2014 Workforce Analytics and Planning survey where over 300 U.S.-based employers answered questions about their current workforce analytics and planning practices, investments, and future plans. Download the full report and discover key trends, including how 91% of companies aspire to increase their workforce analytics maturity over the next 24 months.
An analytics revolution is upon us. Knowledge workers are in short supply, the competition for talent has gone global; turnover is rising; and employee engagement is stagnant at best. How can companies attract, retain, and develop employees who can drive business results and have the data to back up these decisions? A recent survey found more than 80% of respondents said that they needed talent-related insights to make business decisions. Yet most enterprises still base talent decisions on gut feeling. Few can offer analytic evidence to support their hunches. Now, finally, analytics are beginning to drive decisions about people.
Read an industry report or blog post on hot HR trends and technologies today, and you are bound to see workforce analytics near the top. Analysts and commentators agree: workforce analytics has become a “must have” tool for HR and a key component of delivering business value. But how do you get started with this complex topic? By thinking through the first four steps, you can develop the requirements to support the fifth step: selecting the right workforce analytics solution for your organization. Download this white paper, Five Steps to Getting Started with Workforce Analytics, to find out how you can simplify and accelerate your journey from HR metrics to workforce analytics.
With workforce analytics, HR professionals can play a more pivotal role in their organizations to help direct senior management and hiring managers in connecting the dots between their company’s overall performance and their investment in their workforce.
Workforce analytics empower HR professionals to shift from being an operational function to becoming more of a strategic role within their organization. Workforce analytics uncovers deep insights into workforce data by drilling down into the data and highlighting both patterns of success to be repeated and patterns of failure that could lead to risk and impact.
Go from intuition- to fact-based workforce decision-making with this comprehensive guide to workforce analytics. This eBook includes advice on how to get started, tips to ensure successful implementation, and key recommendations for finding the right solution
Money makes the world go ‘round, but can you tell your organisation’s “money story”—how it generates revenue and profits, maximises cash flow and steers clear of trouble? Not the practiced version that is supplied to the company’s investors, but the actual per unit economics, the metrics indicating the financial viability of the
organisation, what is working well and what needs to be improved, and when to hit the brakes or pound the accelerator?
In this white paper, Jon Oltsik, Senior Principle Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group, explores the need for objective security performance metrics in order to identify, quantify and mitigate cyber risk across the business ecosystem.
Published By: Aternity
Published Date: Mar 15, 2016
IT and Line of Business (LOB) management need precise, comprehensive metrics describing real end user experience, before and after going “virtual”, in order to support strategic desktop virtualization and consolidation decisions.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Jan 25, 2016
APIs are a strategic business necessity, but with the rising cost of API security breaches, it's important to develop a security strategy alongside an API strategy. This whitepaper will lay out the top security concerns around APIs, how the IT industry is addressing them, and how Anypoint Platform, MuleSoft's enterprise application integration platform, can keep your APIs safe and secure.
Analytics is about so much more than defining high-level KPIs and building dashboards to amplify them. With a little creativity, you can create custom metrics designed to inform every member of an organization. With this knowledge of their effect on the business, everyone can optimize their impact on company-wide goals.
What you'll learn in this webinar:
• Why standard KPIs may not be getting you everything you need
• Who can benefit from these new metrics (everyone!)
• How to identify key metrics and roll them out to the entire organization
• Get examples of how other companies are creating custom analytics
A retail perspective to raise rehire rates
The IBM Smarter Workforce Institute has undertaken analyses of rehire rates as well as the use of hiring metrics to help HR professionals and hiring managers in the retail industry improve their recruitment performance.
Read this paper and discover:
- Which metrics impact rehire rates
- Which hiring effectiveness metrics are being used in retail
- How retail could increase rehire rates
Published By: Vindicia
Published Date: Oct 04, 2017
If your company provides subscription based online services or softwareas-a-service (SaaS), your business success depends upon improving two key metrics: customer acquisition and customer retention. At Vindicia, our in-depth experience in handling more than 240 million accounts that have transacted over $21 billion for our clients enables us to provide unique insights into how well companies performs relative to industry standards. Such business insights can help your company improve your online services business, potentially leading to millions in incremental revenue through increased acquisition and retention numbers.
Published By: TrendKite
Published Date: Apr 25, 2018
Sometimes a perfect storm comes together to signal a radical shift or rebirth of an industry. But it’s not enough to say public relations is in flux or rapidly changing. It’s more impactful to discuss the evolution of the change, understand the potential gaps, and be early to capitalize on opportunities created by these gaps.
The path for change in the PR industry has been tumultuous. And understandably so. The irrationality of basing performance on vanity metrics is so ingrained in the profession that the left-brain, rational piece has been pushed aside. This has created a culture of estimating based on vanity metrics like AVE (ad value equivalency), leading to a dynamic where the C-suite craves that WSJ or TechCrunch story, yet doesn’t believe PR’s reporting on the value of that coverage. When everyone in the marketing stack is crunching numbers and showing real, tangible value, PR is holding onto air. Why keep setting the profession up for failure by perpetuating the cycle of abstr
Published By: TrendKite
Published Date: Apr 25, 2018
Today’s marketers are leveraging technology and data to drive decision making: demand gen, marketing communications, and other disciplines can strongly demonstrate their value with metrics that summarize tangible bottomline impact on the business. That hasn’t been true for PR. In PR, we’re still tied to legacy metrics that are more about counting mentions and ‘clips’ than about measuring business impact.
Global competition for talent, outsourcing labor, compliance legislation, remote workers, aging populations—these are just a few of the daunting challenges faced by HR organizations today. Yet the most commonly monitored workforce metrics do very little to deliver true insight into these topics. Leaders need to graduate from metrics to people analytics in order to uncover the important connections and patterns in their data that lead to better workforce decisions.
Published By: TeamQuest
Published Date: Sep 05, 2014
TeamQuest Director of Market Development Dave Wagner and Chris Lynn, Safeway's Capacity Manager and Performance Analyst, cover the application of automatic, exception-oriented analytics to a wide variety of IT and business metrics in order to simultaneously optimize service performance and IT cost. Multiple conceptual approaches are shared, including pros and cons. Most of the presentation includes real examples by which Safeway has integrated performance, capacity, business, and power data into an automated optimization process spanning 1000s of servers and virtual servers and their applications.
Published By: TeamQuest
Published Date: Sep 04, 2014
Enterprise Holdings (EHI) is the corporate parent of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car, National Car Rental and Enterprise CarShare. With annual revenues of $16.4 billion and more than 78,000 employees, EHI and its affiliates own and operate almost 1.4 million cars and trucks. This makes it the largest car rental service provider in the world measured by revenue, employees and fleet.
Published By: Tricentis
Published Date: Mar 13, 2018
Hitting your go-to-market timelines depends on quality testing completion and approval.
Whether your organization still employs a waterfall model or has adopted the DevOps or agile
methodology, testing has the final say in acceptance for software launch. Metrics shared
between testing and other stakeholders can reduce bottlenecks and help your team reliably
hit delivery dates with exceptional quality.
Marketing value metrics enable marketers to measure the impact of marketing activity against organisational goals more effectively and empowers marketing teams and their leaders to justify and defend their plans to their CEOs and CFOs. The model presented in this free chapter has been developed by Professor Stan Maklan, Dr Stan Maklan and Peter Mouncey from the renowned Cranfield School of Management and provide a metrics-based framework for developing and implementing marketing strategies that are measurable and accountable.
In some kinds of more traditional businesses the
finance department tends to swallow as much data
as is thrown at it but only outputs small, measured
and curated amounts of insights periodically: “Here’s
revenue vs target in the last quarter”.
These are undoubtedly essential for proper business
management, But periodic reports also mean it
can be too late for the business to respond. It’s
like driving by looking only in the rear-view mirror.
Looking at what’s behind isn’t going to let you spot a
sudden bend in the road!
Essentially, the highly competitive and evolved
business environment of today requires businesses
to have proactive, indicative business metrics.
Combined with more traditional metrics, these
mean businesses have invaluable and complete
insight in order to evaluate performance.
Proactive, indicative business metrics are found
across most successful businesses–and especially
amongst C-suite employees. These people know
that the benefits are proven. Analytics-driven
Learn why hundreds of today's leading companies like Caesars Entertainment, Bell, Ingersoll Rand, Sony, UTC and Eddie Bauer turn to Technomedia-Hodes iQ to help them create the world's most successful workplaces. Download our complimentary case study and get the inside scoop. Learn how MarketStar automated processes to bring increased visibility into recruiting metrics for better talent management, spend control and decision-making.
Read this analyst case study on how the Interac organization used Splunk to centralize and correlate monitoring data across its diverse IT landscape. Learn the details of how the Interac organization realized an annual ROI of over $500k.
The lead generation possibilities in social media are countless. Do you and your team know how to tap into them?
Download your complimentary white paper, Closing the Loop on Social Leads, and uncover valuable leads by learning the tactics and metrics that enable social selling success.