VP HR EMEA, Guidewire
Company culture is no longer a soft topic. Using Guidewire as an example, David Shanklin and Ian Creamer will explain how leaders can quantify and track company culture, enabling a more strategic and data-driven approach to people operations.
Learn about the power of culture data, opportunities for applying culture analytics in your organisation, and how to focus your efforts for maximum impact.
A strategic company culture is key to linking employee engagement and business success. The old approach of “gut feel” and “management by opinion” are no longer sufficient to ensure your culture is aligned with your business strategy and working toward your business goals.
Guidewire, our primary case study, serves as an example of this common challenge.
Collecting and analysing culture data from employees enables strategic alignment and informed decision making about people operations.
CultureIQ partnered with Guidewire to collect accurate culture data from employees. We analysed this data across demographic groups to dispel inhibiting assumptions and empower leaders to make smarter people and business decisions during times of change.
What You Will Learn
The difference between culture and engagement
Approaches for measuring culture and engagement
How to recognise opportunities for analysing people and culture data
Real world examples of how companies are collecting and leveraging this data.
Analytics Sophistication: All
Ian Creamer is Vice President, Human Resources (EMEA) for Guidewire Software, a leading provider of software products to Property/Casualty (P/C) insurers with more than 260 customers globally. Prior to joining Guidewire, Ian consulted with a number of early stage technology companies, providing advice and support the full spectrum of people issues.
Prior to this, Ian spent 11 years with Informatica Software, where he led a global team of HR professionals and, prior to Informatica, managed HR across EMEA for Ciena, an optical networking company based in Maryland. Ian has also held roles with British Telecommunications and in the Public Sector. Ian is passionate about engaging people across the business as well as the growth of data-driven decision making in Human Resources.