Event: Webinar | Empowering a data culture at your workplace

 
  • When: THURSDAY, APR 14TH | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Location: Online
  • Who should attend: CHROs, HR Leaders, CXOs, HR heads, Learning & Development heads, Senior HR professionals and Managers
 

When times are unpredictable, what guides organisations in the present and enables them to carve inroads into the future of growth is data. But in spite of the increased urgency of building a data driven culture to enable strategic insights backed by people analytics, data literacy tends to be a limited skill set. This is why businesses are yet to fully embrace digital platforms and mine valuable reflections from the vast and endless information collected. And although organisations are investing efforts in upskilling their employees to become data literate, it is crucial that they communicate the significance of a data culture to truly drive that impact and engineer that growth.

What businesses need is an organisation of data storytellers to become a future ready workforce that is agile and innovative. To empower organisations in building a data driven workplace, People Matters and Akrivia HCM are excited to bring to you this webcast that will delve into the following points:

  • The urgency of a data driven organisation in the age of digital disruption
  • What are the ingredients that make up a data culture?
  • The challenges that remain that the myths to break around data literacy
  • Blueprint to enhance and empower data literacy in your workforce
  • How data storytelling can create impactful business strategies

 

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Speakers


Ranjan Kumar Varanasi

Ranjan Kumar Varanasi

Chief Learning Officer - AKRIVIA HCM
Radhika Arora

Radhika Arora

VP & Group CHRO, Jakson Group
Amit Sharma

Amit Sharma

CHRO, Volvo Group

For more information contact…

Kanika Goyal
kanika.goyal@gopeoplematters.com

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