- Néstor Ares, HRD Analytics & Processes Unit Chief, Inter-American Development Bank
- Nadia Bifolchi, Statistical Analyst, McLean & Company
- Luc Bourgeois, Consultant, HR Analytics & Reporting, TELUS
- Matt Burns, Chief Human Resources Officer, JYSK
- Ethan Burris, Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin
- Henrique Hon, MBA, M.Eng., Research Assistant, Diversity Institute, Ted Rogers School of Management
- Juan Carlos Cabanillas Leon, Team Lead HR Effectiveness, Reporting & Analytics, Suncor Energy
- Roland Merbis, Director, Customer Insights & Analytics, Scotiabank
- Demitra Petrakis, Data & Reporting Analyst, Talent Analytics, Global Human Resources, Scotiabank
- Nancy Slawski, Senior Manager, Leadership Planning, Global HR, Scotiabank
- Organizations are still relying on intuition and experience to make decisions about the workforce, not data.
- HR professionals are challenged to read and interpret scorecards, dashboards, and other data tools provided to them.
- HR professionals struggle to tell a story with data in a way that leads clients to action.
- Data literacy is a core competency for all HR professionals.
- HR professionals don’t need to be statistical experts or data gurus to leverage available people data.
- Using data to inform decision making leads to better outcomes for the organization.
Impact and Result
- HR professionals will feel comfortable using tactics to interpret and communicate data.
- Decisions about the workforce or HR programs will be better informed by available data.