Introducing operating models into the debate around people analytics allows us to discuss infrastructure necessary to set up ethical and effective practices.
In this article, I describe the possible perils of human analytics.
Health insurance plans meet user data – but is such use of our data a healthy development for society?
Reactions to the Indian government’s decision to make government attendance data public.
A technology for informing COVID-19 contraction could capture offline interpersonal activities for better people analytics, I hope.
In a few of our class sessions this semester, we have asked whether and how people analytics differs across cultural contexts. I have found these questions interesting, so I thought I would dig into some examples from France. I would […]
With millions of employees collaborating virtually with their colleagues via platforms like Zoom and Slack, companies now have access to a plethora of data that could be used to track the productivity of their employees. But should they use it?
This post explores the potential of people analytics in a military environment. Using a study of from USC involving Marines in a training environment, it argues that a focus on quantifiable and objective data is necessary for widespread adoption of analytics in decision making.
As the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic pushes office work to digital platforms, employees are creating more, and more complete, communications data than ever before. Should companies view this as an opportunity to roll out new analytics tools?