Onboarding faces persistent challenges. But its current importance is unquestioned, and organizations should recognize it if they are to build a balanced, healthy, and equitable workforce.
There’s an interesting phenomenon where adjacent fields or industries adopt their own vocabularies and ideas around solving essentially the same problems. A simple example is econometrics and data science – listening to an economist and computer scientist speak about these […]
We often bring up the topic ethics when evaluating various strategies for people analytics. My post is focused on pushing the discussion further by raising though questions (such as how much are we willing to sacrifice? and is it worth it?) we as a society have to deal with as we accept people analytics to make better decisions.
Workday Skills Cloud uses machine learning to identify core skills for enterprises to pursue and develop. Its use cases and the implications on talent decisions require closer examinations to truly support employee and organizational growth.
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 […]
Using analytics to identify nontraditional job candidates who are as qualified and high performing as traditional candidates