the discovery, interpretation, and communication of meaningful patterns in workforce-related data to inform decision making and improve performance.
Workforce analytics allows organizations to gain insight about people, offering competitive advantage to improve business performance. The book is divided into four sections, in which this blog addresses the second part: getting started. This part focuses on important concepts when starting out in workforce analytics, such as establishing the purpose of a workforce analytics program, determining why your organization wants analytics, and identifying where that demand is coming from. It also focuses on the stakeholders who will enable success and how to get started with ‘quick win’ projects.