The Blumberg Partnership
An understanding of the domain known as Evidence-Based Management should be a prerequisite for every People Analytics professional. This is because People Analytics needs to be far more than mere data processing and clever models.
No, in fact the real skill in People Analytics comes from understanding whether the analytical results are relevant to the organisation and whether they can be used to drive productive change. This is the domain of Evidence-Based Management which is the subject of this session.
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Having a mechanical understanding of data processing and modelling without organisational insight means that the chances of project success are minimal. Watch this session to find out how to bridge the gap between theoretical models and actual, real-world business success.
After the 30 minute presentation, Max will take questions from the live audience for 15 minutes. Take this opportunity to learn directly from a highly sought-after expert in organisational transformation, and in the successful deployment of analytics in business.
This session will cover:
- What is Evidence-Based Management (EBM)?
- How does EBM relate to People Analytics?
- How do we overcome barriers to EBM?
- How do we implement EBM?
- Gain an understanding of the EBM domain
- Understand how EBM relates to People Analytics
- Learn how to overcome objections to EBM
- Design an EBM implementation plan.
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Max Blumberg, PhD is founder of the Blumberg Partnership, a Top 50 People Analytics consultancy that delivers global analytics and salesforce solutions to organisations like Nestle, Lloyds Register, the BBC, Rentokil Initial, Barclays Corporate and the CIPD.
Prior to this, Max worked as a management consultant at Accenture, after which he founded and successfully exited a technology start-up. In addition to his commercial work, Max is also a Visiting Professor at Leeds University Business School and a Visiting Researcher at Goldsmiths, University of London.