Marianne Fischer-Rasmussen

Marianne Fischer-Rasmussen

Marianne Fischer-Rasmussen

Head of Global People Development, Autoneum

Avoiding Analysis Paralysis

Selecting and Implementing Good Analytics Architecture

Moderated peer-to-peer discussions, with Marianne sharing her successes so far

 

Having access to consistent global employee data becomes more and more critical in order to drive meaningful HR processes that support business decisions.  HR however, often has to do the “selling” internally, as it is a complex and resource demanding endeavor – not to mention cost. So we need to establish a clear line of sight into the benefits and how it will increase professionalism of all people decisions – and that it is not just a fancy HR gizmo

  • How do you build the business case for enabling global analytics in a fairly decentralised HR structure?
  • How do you get the right data in place and focus on the business-critical information?
  • What analytics are the true value drivers for the business locally/globally?
  • How do you run a global feasibility study?
  • How do you choose the right tool/technology for your company?
  • How do you ensure a successful implementation?

This session will be an interactive exploration of the challenges in enabling effective analytics, and a chance to learn from others.

It is designed both for HR leaders who have already begun the analytics technology journey, and for those about to embark on it. It will be a moderated best practice-sharing session, without being biased towards any particular vendor.

 

Stage: Workshop

Analytics maturity level: Early

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Marianne has held senior HR positions at international organisations for 15 years, including Dell, Motorola and Kuoni. She specialises in designing, leading and implementing corporate talent management projects on a global scale, and has been at the forefront of HR’s ongoing transition to talent analytics at Autoneum.
Autoneum is the global technology leader in acoustic and thermal management solutions for vehicles. The company is a partner for the major car manufacturers around the world. Autoneum employs a workforce of some 9,600 at over 45 locations in around 20 countries worldwide. In 2015, it generated sales of 2085.9 million CHF. Autoneum is an independent Swiss stock listed company with its headquarters in Winterthur, Switzerland.

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