How does Scientific People Analytics compare with other people analytics approaches?

In the final article of this four-part series, Dr Max Blumberg compares the Scientific People Analytics (SPA) to other commonly used people analytics approaches. Which methodology will come out on top? To briefly recap, part 1 of this series demonstrated that unlike marketing and manufacturing, people analytics has been relatively slow to adopt methodologies based on the scientific method.…

The Power Of Holistic HCM

Disparate human capital management (HCM) systems result in disjointed HR processes and fragmented employee information in files, spreadsheets and systems. When employee information is siloed in many different systems, it becomes difficult to access key information, generate reports, meet compliance obligations and ensure the accuracy of data. It also results in a lack of visibility…

15 Data Fallacies to Avoid | An Illustrated Collection of Mistakes People Often Make When Analyzing Data

Recently my team embarked on a mission to make data more accessible and useful to everyone, creating free resources to utilise whilst studying, analyzing and interpreting data. The first resource we created was ‘Data Fallacies to Avoid’, an illustrated collection of mistakes people often make when analyzing data. 1. Cherry Picking The practice of selecting results that…