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Workforce Analytics Conclave: Highlights 2016

The 2016 Workforce Analytics Conclave, a first of its kind HR analytics conference in India was abuzz with insights, ideas and a whole lot of enthusiasm! Now that we’ve all had a chance to catch our breath, here’s a round-up of our favorite highlights:
Workforce Analytics Conclave: Highlights 2016

The 2016 Workforce Analytics Conclave, a first of its kind HR analytics conference in India was abuzz with insights, ideas and a whole lot of enthusiasm! Now that we’ve all had a chance to catch our breath, here’s a round-up of our favorite highlights:

 






Deep dive on fundamentals

Ross Sparkman

Facebook’s Head of Strategic Workforce Planning, Ross Sparkman kicked off the day with a power-packed session on “how to plan and operationalize” a people analytics function.

 

Mapping analytics trends in India

Ester Martinez

Ester Martinez, CEO and Editor-in-chief, People Matters presented the key findings of the first ever comprehensive analytics survey - emphasizing on the gap between expectation and delivery, difficulties with un-integrated technologies and unstructured budgets. 

 

High impact analytics panel

Expert Panel

Expert panel on making a business case and optimizing the analytics strategy to impact businesses led by Ester Martinez, CEO and Editor-in-Chief, People Matters.  The panel included Subhankar Roy, Global Head HR - Strategy, M&A and Analytics, Lenovo; Sandhya Chaudhary, Citi Group; Premlesh Machama, Managing Director, CareerBuilder and Bibek Banerjee, Bridge School of Management 

 

Networking with a twist

Participant in Action

Participants in action: breaking-the-ice with a dash of humor

 

The first 100 days

Shankara Rajan

Shankara Rajan, Vice President - Operations Solutions and Analytics (HR), Reliance walked a full-house of participants through stage-by-stage approach to a successful workforce analytics implementation in the first 100 days and beyond.

 

Going from theory to practice

Sudipta Ghosh

Sudipta Ghosh, Partner – Analytics leader at PwC during his session on managing dilemmas and other practical problems.

 

Co-creating learning

Co creating learning

A group of participants ideate during a session on analytics through the employee lifecycle

 

Dealing with paralysis in analytics

NipunSharma

Nipun Sharma, Senior Manager, Adobe eLearning business talks about why understanding the learner’s needs is as important as focusing on reports and data.

 

How to drive business outcomes

Monojit Mazumdar

Monojit Mazumdar, Senior Director at Deloitte during his Masterclass session on ”Leapfrogging the Analytics Maturity Curve” – The session was focused on how companies can accelerate the business impact of their analytics efforts by influencing decisions with talent data.

 

Best Practices De-mystified

Shandhya Chaudhary

Shandhya Chaudhary, Senior Vice President, Citi Group responding to a query during her case study session on analytics though the employee lifecycle

 

Making challenges stepping stones to success

Subhankar Roy

Subhankar Roy, Global Head HR Strategy, M&A and Analytics, Lenovo during his Masterclass on involving all stakeholders, gaining leadership buy -in, building in-house capabilities and other crucial value additions.

 

…and there were live demonstrations too

Participants in conference

Participants in the conference at an exhibitor’s stall

 

And that’s a round-up of our 2016 conference!

If you would like to know more about the conference next year check out: Workforce Analytics Conclave for more information. See you next year!

Topics: HR Analytics, Workforce Management System

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