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Taking HR Analytics Beyond Technologists

13 April, 2015

Taking HR Analytics Beyond Technologists

Dave Ulrich’s widely adopted model separates the roles in HR into four specializations (see Fig 1). The trouble here is that analytics has a strong part in all these roles, while it has historically been the domain of the Administrative expert, particular among those who run HR Information Systems/Services (HRIS). The technology is not easy to use, to say the least. But a new generation of companies began to see the opportunity here. At HR Tech Europe 2015, London, a gathering of HR practitioners, experts and organizations, I sat down with several companies that are moving the needle on how organizations can use data and analytics to advance workforce planning, recruiting and talent development.

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