About the course:
Data Analytics has been the hot buzzword across many organisations for years now, largely for its ability to provide objective and quantifiable insights to support decision making. It has proven track records of success across many applications and functions, including HR.
Leveraging data in HR is not a new idea, many organisations already do that, through headcount reports, turnover analysis, training hours, and C&B benchmark reports etc. Most of such reports are often organised according to their HR functions or specialisations (talent acquisition, C&B, L&D, OD etc.) which are informative but only in their specific areas. HR, along with many other functions, had gone through a process of specialisation, which had allowed HR to build deeper capabilities to address specific problems in the HR space. However, overspecialisation has made it challenging to objectively diagnose HR issues before deploying the right specialist to find the solution.
This course seeks to provide an overview of what HR analytics is and what it takes to succeed with HR analytics. One of the key pillars to analytics success is a mutually exclusive and yet comprehensive exhaustive analytics framework. This course will introduce just such an analytical framework to help HR objectively and quantifiably assess issues to ask the right questions before seeking solutions.