People Analytics Consultant; Founder
The Blumberg Partnership
This session presents a new Digital-Era People Analytics Operating Model (otherwise referred to as DEPA:OM) to address limitations commonly found in the People Analytics operating models in use by most organisations today, and which negatively impact the effectiveness of the People Analytics function.
Announcing a new People Analytics Operating Model for the Digital Era – DEPA:OM
This session presents a new Digital-Era People Analytics Operating Model (otherwise referred to as DEPA:OM) to address the following limitations commonly found in the People Analytics operating models in use by most organisations today, and which negatively impact the effectiveness of the People Analytics function:
- Most current People Analytics operating models are not designed to transform outcomes from core analytics projects into scalable actionable workforce products
- Current People Analytics job roles, functions and deliverables are frequently not well-defined (it is not clear exactly “who is accountable for what”)
- Many key initiatives – such as Workforce Planning and new HRIS implementation – are usually positioned as ad hoc People Analytics activities rather than integral components of the overall People Analytics strategy
- Because data analysis and implementation are usually managed by separate teams, their activities remain uncoordinated. In such cases, findings from statistical analysis are therefore frequently poorly implemented – and in many instances not implemented at all.
- Finally, and despite repeated warnings from Executive Teams, many current People Analytics operating models persist in focusing on low-level operational workforce outcomes rather than on organisational-level Key Performance Drivers such as productivity, customer-growth and innovation, to the detriment of the overall business strategy.
The DEPA:OM presented at this session is available at no charge, under a Creative Commons Licence.
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As a seasoned Organizational Development and Analytics Advisor, I help companies to improve their effectiveness.
The techniques I’ve developed are now taught by many Universities and professional bodies including the CIPD, University of Leeds, Goldsmiths University of London, and the Marshall Business School at the University of Southern California. You can also read about them in books like The Power of People (Jonathan Ferrar, IBM) Introduction to People Analytics (Dave Millner & Nadeem Khan).
As a PhD-educated analytics advisor, I help many complex global organisations whose leaders demand the best from themselves and their workforces gain competitive advantage by creating projects which tap into the full potential of their workforces and sales forces using sophisticated and innovative predictive analytics, machine learning and AI to produce exceptional and measurable financial commercial results.
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