TPAP003: The Data-Driven CHRO: Leading Successful People Analytics – Mark Berry

Mark Berry - Chief HR Officer, CGB Enterprises
Mark Berry
David Green
David Green

Episode 3: The Data-Driven CHRO

Leading Successful People Analytics

 

Weekly discussions with leading practitioners, thought leaders, academics and tech pioneers; this week, David Green chats with Mark Berry about the skills and attitudes needed in the CHRO to enable People Analytics to flourish.

 


The People Analytics Podcast provides weekly episodes of lively chat with David Green or Max Blumberg and a variety of HR and Analytics experts and leading practitioners, on all kinds of current and fascinating topics around data-driven HR, workforce planning and new technology.

The Data-Driven CHRO

 

People Analytics presents one of the greatest opportunities HR has ever had to become a chief driving force in business, but HR has largely not realised this potential. Despite CEOs across the world saying publicly that they need an assertive and data-driven HR department, few HR leaders claim to be making significant progress in this area.

Mark Berry has built People Analytics functions at several companies, and has been recognised as one of the world’s top influencers in HR and in People Analytics. He was recognised an HR Trendsetter by HR Magazine, as well as receiving several other accolades over the last few years.

He talks with David Green about why HR is not delivering on it’s potential in analytics, how the internal dynamics of HR can hamper progress, and what skills and attitudes are needed in the CHRO to allow HR to fully grow into the data-driven organisation the that business desperately needs it to be.

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Mark Berry - Chief HR Officer, CGB Enterprises

Mark Berry

Chief HR Officer (CHRO), CGB Enterprises

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David Green

People Analytics blogger, author, speaker and influencer
Global Director, People Analytics Solutions, IBM

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