Evidence-Based HR: Using it to Refocus, Reassess, and Reposition Your Organization
Registration - 11:30 am
Networking and Lunch - 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Program begins -12:00 pm
Program concludes - 1:00 pm
Cost (Lunch included):
Student Members: Free with promo code
Registration Deadline: May 9, 2018
CPHR Hours: 1.0
HR Competency: Strategy, Workforce Planning and Talent Management, Human Resources Metrics, Reporting and Financial Management
In today’s current economic environment, HR professionals are increasingly faced with the need to make sound and rapid decisions in times of uncertainty. This coincides with a trend towards using prescriptive analytics and evidence-based HR to refocus the effectiveness of human capital across their organizations.
As the focus on cost cutting brought on by the current economic environment persists, so will the opportunity for HR to demonstrate the value of workforce analytics. By using the right data, at the right time, analytics are giving HR practitioners the insights they need to maintain alignment with rapidly shifting priorities, reassess outputs, such as productivity, and reposition their people accordingly.
The value of data-driven HR practices is becoming increasingly evident in light of findings that suggest commonplace practices such as layoffs are short-sighted and produce undesirable outcomes, such as inflated salaries and overuse of contractors. As such, it is critical that HR practitioners adopt a more evidence-based approach to address the increasingly complex people-related issues that impact organizational success.
By empowering HR to understand their business drivers and success metrics in a quantitative way, workforce analytics are enabling the HR function to make critical workforce planning decisions using an evidence-based approach.
Attend this session to learn how organizations such as Coca-Cola, SAS, Royal Dutch Shell, and RBC are using evidence to bridge the gap between short-term operational and long-term strategic workforce issues, and open doors to new people strategies that impact their bottom lines.
Susan DiCocco - Director, KPMG
Susanne is a Director in the Calgary office of KPMG leading the People & Change and Strategy & Operations practices. She has over seventeen years of business transformation and change management experience both in the public and private sector. She has worked with over a dozen federal government departments and the Alberta government on large scale HR transformations. She has conducted several operational reviews which led to both cost savings and increased organizational effectiveness. Based in Calgary, she has worked with oil and gas companies to improve governance, operational effectiveness, and business processes for major projects, mining, tailings, and reclamation operations. She has a collaborative style and is known by clients as a relationship builder. Susanne is certified as an executive coach (Certified Integral CoachTM Integral Coaching Canada), a professional facilitator (CPF), a technical trainer (CTT), and in applying the Strengths Deployment Inventory II for personal and team development. Susanne holds her Master in Public Administration from Queen’s university and an Hons. BA in political science from the University of Western Ontario.
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