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HR Business Analytics for Strategic Decision Making

Fall 2018

Human Resources is stepping into the spotlight with HR analytics. In years past, one of HR’s primary goals was to collect and keep track of employees’ personal and professional information, such as payroll, health benefits and performance reviews.

In order to play a more active role in the organization, HR needs to understand what is important to the strategic goals of the organization and how HR can support these goals by providing useful information from analytics and present findings to senior management.

In this course, participants will learn more about how analytical thinking and methodology can make HR play a more active and involved role in the organizations’ planning and objectives. Such an approach allows HR to interpret data, recognize trends or issues, and take proactive steps with different departments to keep the organization running smoothly and profitably. HR analytics differs from HR metrics by allowing HR managers to design their own analytics to achieve various outcomes such as gauging success rates of recruiters, talent management and workforce planning, etc.

This course is targeted at middle and senior HR managers, who need to deliver relevant information to other senior managers in the organization. Participants must have a keen interest in enhancing their HR messaging and in understanding the process and value of analytics in HR.

In this workshop, you will:

  • Learn about what HR can do to get the attention of the Executive suite
  • Understand the importance of HR analytics to support the organization’s strategy
  • Learn about what HR metrics and analytics could look like
  • Review the process of stating goals, conducting proper data collection, analyzing and presenting findings in a way that is useful information to senior management
  • Elaborate on how an analytics strategy can be developed within the organization

Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • HR and the Executive suite
  • What HR is typically doing today
  • Challenges/Changes
  • HR metrics and analytics
  • HR’s strategic role
  • An organization’s strategy
  • What information is needed
  • Analytics
  • What we need to analyze
  • Process for the Analysis
  • How to present results in an impactful way
  • Developing an HR analytics strategy

Upon completion, the successful participant will be able to:

  • Formulate the goal for the information to be obtained
  • Understand how to collect the right data from within the organization
  • Use HR analytics to gain the Executives’ interest and buy-in
  • Draw conclusions from various types of analysis
  • Appreciate the importance of presenting findings in an impactful way

Note: This course does not teach statistical or other technical methodologies for analysis.

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This CapU Exec Ed workshop has been accredited by CPHR BC & YK (Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of British Columbia & Yukon) and qualifies for 7 CPD hours.

If you are a CPHR BC & YK member (formerly HRMA), you are eligible for a discount (up to 15%). Please call 604.984.4910 to register and avail of the discount.

Schedule

1 Thursday, 09:00 – 16:30

Date

October 04, 2018

Instructor

M. Gerschman

Course Reference Number (CRN)

93033

Registration for this course is now closed. Please call us at 604.984.4901 for additional details or email us at csee@capilanou.ca

Product Description

Human Resources is stepping into the spotlight with HR analytics. In years past, one of HR’s primary goals was to collect and keep track of employees’ personal and professional information, such as payroll, health benefits and performance reviews.

In order to play a more active role in the organization, HR needs to understand what is important to the strategic goals of the organization and how HR can support these goals by providing useful information from analytics and present findings to senior management.

In this course, participants will learn more about how analytical thinking and methodology can make HR play a more active and involved role in the organizations’ planning and objectives. Such an approach allows HR to interpret data, recognize trends or issues, and take proactive steps with different departments to keep the organization running smoothly and profitably. HR analytics differs from HR metrics by allowing HR managers to design their own analytics to achieve various outcomes such as gauging success rates of recruiters, talent management and workforce planning, etc.

This course is targeted at middle and senior HR managers, who need to deliver relevant information to other senior managers in the organization. Participants must have a keen interest in enhancing their HR messaging and in understanding the process and value of analytics in HR.

In this workshop, you will:

  • Learn about what HR can do to get the attention of the Executive suite
  • Understand the importance of HR analytics to support the organization’s strategy
  • Learn about what HR metrics and analytics could look like
  • Review the process of stating goals, conducting proper data collection, analyzing and presenting findings in a way that is useful information to senior management
  • Elaborate on how an analytics strategy can be developed within the organization

Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • HR and the Executive suite
  • What HR is typically doing today
  • Challenges/Changes
  • HR metrics and analytics
  • HR’s strategic role
  • An organization’s strategy
  • What information is needed
  • Analytics
  • What we need to analyze
  • Process for the Analysis
  • How to present results in an impactful way
  • Developing an HR analytics strategy

Upon completion, the successful participant will be able to:

  • Formulate the goal for the information to be obtained
  • Understand how to collect the right data from within the organization
  • Use HR analytics to gain the Executives’ interest and buy-in
  • Draw conclusions from various types of analysis
  • Appreciate the importance of presenting findings in an impactful way

Note: This course does not teach statistical or other technical methodologies for analysis.

accreditation-seal-web
This CapU Exec Ed workshop has been accredited by CPHR BC & YK (Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of British Columbia & Yukon) and qualifies for 7 CPD hours.

If you are a CPHR BC & YK member (formerly HRMA), you are eligible for a discount (up to 15%). Please call 604.984.4910 to register and avail of the discount.

Additional Information

Schedule

1 Thursday, 09:00 – 16:30

Date

October 04, 2018

Instructor

M. Gerschman

Course Reference Number (CRN)

93033