The importance of human capital analytics leaders is growing rapidly. HCA leaders and seasoned practitioners are instrumental in predicting human capital capabilities, articulating the value of human capital, and arriving at strategies sooner and more effectively. The Council provides a forum for leaders and seasoned practitioners to share innovations and practical ideas to articulate the impact of human capital investments.
How our Meetings are run
The Human Capital Analytics Council Meetings are run co-jointly with the Members from the Strategic Workforce Planning Council
Enduring relationships with trusted peers is the core of the Council experience. Enhanced by our global, enterprise-wide reach, these relationships span the world and extend the council value. Confidential peer dialogue provides you with a broader perspective and shared experiences, as well as access to specific knowledge and best practices.
- Collective topic selection and problem solving that puts your issues on the agenda
- Informal, real-time benchmarking of current approaches by member companies to the most challenging issues faced by product development
- Multi-industry insights and best practices from non-competitive peers via in-depth discussions
- Networking, reputation building and access within your peer community
- Virtual communities that extend learning opportunities through a variety of online forums, webcasts, webinars, and other resources
- Critical metrics and the use of human capital analytics for predicting HC capabilities and making more effective decisions
- Advanced techniques in analytics and data visualization. How do we convey the message to the Board, CFO and COO
- Analytic tools and technology; what is out there, beyond Microsoft Excel?
- Analytics and ethics: how to use HR data without compromising personal privacy
- Learning analytics: training beyond employee benefit; what is the ROI on learning and development?
Members are executives/leaders responsible for broad enterprise implementation and have experience in proactively implementing human capital analytics in their organizations/practices - May be heads of workforce analytics, measurement and evaluation, HR, learning and development, organization effectiveness, and operations research, with a global or EMEA remit.