How to Train Someone to Translate Business Problems into Analytics Questions

Analytics translators perform some of the most essential functions for integrating analytics capabilities in a company. They define business problems that analytics can help solve, guide technical teams in the creation of analytics-driven solutions to these problems, and embed solutions into business operations. It’s specialized work, calling for strong business acumen, some technical knowledge, and project…

Identify Your HR Needs To Determine The Appropriate Analytics Solution

Last year, analyst Josh Bersin noted in a Forbes article that his studies have shown 69% of companies are embarking on a people analytics strategy. However, many human resource (HR) leaders constantly intermingle people analytics with workforce analytics and talent analytics. Although the terms might mean the same thing in people’s minds, there is a fine distinction among the…

Rebooting analytics leadership: Time to move beyond the math

To help their organizations capitalize on artificial intelligence and analytics, CAOs must do more than demonstrate their technical chops. They need to lead like a Catalyst. The role of the chief analytics officer (CAO) is being thrust into the spotlight as artificial intelligence (AI) technology continues to improve—and prove its value. AI and other advanced analytics will…

3 People Analytics Trends to Watch Out for in 2019

Globally, people analytics is an immensely popular methodology for employee sentiment and organizational performance analysis. We share the top 3 trends in people analytics for 2019, discussing how companies will approach emerging ideas, challenges, and opportunities. Over the last decade, companies across the globe have started using workforce data in order to effectively assess, interpret,…