Ramp up your predictive talent analytics to generate actionable insights
It’s time to take your talent analysis to the next level. Talent analytics is not new. Whether or not you are already using psychometric assessments, you will have people data you can interrogate.
Think about the performance review scores or the customer satisfaction ratings an employee is awarded or the sales target achievement levels.
Add to your information the competency or capability assessment scores you have, and you’ll be able to predict success and change the way you recruit and develop talent. It’s time to take your talent analysis to the next level.
Best practice: How to conduct a validation study
Deploying assessment within an organisation requires investment. But are you using the right assessments? Can you correlate your assessment results against the 'success criteria measures' in the role? Is your data helping you to make the right decisions? And can you prove the return on investment from assessment? Conducting a validation study can help you to answer these questions.
Unlock HR metrics predict, present and get a seat at the table
In this article we look at how HR can add real business value through predictive talent analytics: with concrete and practical tips to get you started. The 2016 Assessment Barometer survey showed that less than half of companies have Big Data projects - and of those companies less than half of the HR people know the budget for such projects. If HR is aspiring to be a business partner and add value by analysing current data, identifying data gaps and developing actionable data presented in a way that business leaders understand - HR will get seat at the table!
Big Data in HR and talent analytics
Big Data in HR and talent analytics: Is it time you understood it all? Big Data has been a real topic of interest as of late. The Internet is filled with stories and discussions around the subject and the general consensus amongst those in the know is that it will truly change the way we work. But how? In this article we look at what Big Data is, how HR is using Big Data, and what next steps could and should be.