Global Head of Reporting and Analytics CoE, Upfield
Systems thinking has been called one of the key management competencies for the 21st century. As people analytics matures and becomes a core HR capability, it must absorb the lessons of systems thinking to deliver truly relevant business insights.
Understand how to be a better people analytics practitioner by avoiding traps in systems thinking, and run People Analytics projects that add true business value.
New session for 2022:
Andreas Kyprianou presents an update and evolution of these ideas at the next People Analytics World conference.
Online, 25-29 April 2022 – sign up now for unlimited live and on-demand access.
Systems Thinking in People Analytics – a Vital Skill
Strategy, People Analytics, Talent Management, HR Leadership
Understanding how systems work is necessary for people analytics to add true value in any business.
This session will explore:
- What is systems thinking and how does it relate to people analytics?
- Key systems archetypes to be aware, when running a people analytics project
- Practical examples of systems-led people analytics projects.
- Understand how to be a better people analytics practitioner by avoiding traps in systems thinking
- Run people analytics projects that add true business value.
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Andreas is the Global Head of the Reporting and Analytics CoE for Upfield – a KKR company (formerly part of Unilever). In his role he is responsible for all organisational aspects of business data management, including operational reporting, advanced insights projects, data protection/ethics and strategic workforce planning, across 90+ countries.
Prior to this, Andreas has spent time building high performance analytics teams and providing data insights to senior leaders at technology (Facebook) and financial services (Bank of America) companies. At Bank of America, he ran a international talent center of excellence across talent analytics, learning, talent management and internal mobility.
Andreas holds an MSc in Organisational Psychology from the University of Nottingham and an MBA from Durham University. His areas of expertise include assessment and selection, data visualisation best practices and HR systems implementation.