Date – Wednesday 28th January
Location – TBC
Time – 10.00am to 4.00pm, including networking lunch
Cost: €220 ICBE Member rate / €280 Non Member rate / Time- 10.00am to 4.00pm, including networking lunch
Facilitator – Max Blumberg, Founder. Research Fellow., Blumberg Partnership & University of London
As leaders realise the value people data contributes to business performance and employee well-being it’s increasingly essential for HR to understand the broad principles underlying business analytics. Successful human capital analytics requires collaboration and cooperation between many parts of the organisation. HR needs the tools to convince their customers of the business case for effectively designed analytical processes that lead to planned outcomes. This Masterclass will introduce HR personnel to best-practice analytical methodologies, structures and implementations including models and case studies of how HR analytics can be used to unlock business success. Tools you can put to work with immediate effect.
- An overview of workforce metrics and analytics
- An overview of analytics for:
- Talent management
- Workforce planning
- Calculating ROI on people programmes
- Strategic versus tactical analytics: Which is the right approach for you?
- Building an analytics culture
The workshop is designed for HR practitioners and Analysts planning to implement workforce analytics and for those who have recently entered the field
Max Blumberg, Phd
Dr. Max Blumberg is a Research Fellow at Goldsmiths, University of London and founder of the Blumberg Partnership, a group of corporate consultants who improve organisational performance by using analytics to link HR and business strategies. Blumberg Partnership clients include the BBC, Rentokil Initial, Novo Nordisk, Lloyds Register, Barclays Bank, and Friends Provident. In his academic capacity, Max is strategic analytics advisor to the CIPD.
A regular contributor to the media, Max frequently presents at business and academic conferences. Prior to the Blumberg Partnership, he worked as a management consultant at Accenture and founded a technology start-up before his successful exit in order to pursue his PhD.