We sent a team from ZeroedIn to the annual HR Technology Conference and hosted a booth on the show floor. We were pleased to find that a key theme throughout the event was the idea of harnessing big data to make better HR decisions – which of course means a big focus on our sweet spot, workforce analytics.
SuccessConnect, a 3-day conference that was held in Las Vegas October 9-11, covered major changes impacting HR and the role technology plays in transforming HR. The conference kicked off with a keynote speaker, Shawn Price, explaining that “tomorrow won’t look like today.”
Other important topics included innovative leadership styles, meeting human capital management realities, unified talent management, HR compliance, the importance of mobile HR technology and the tangible benefits of moving HR to the Cloud.
In parallel with the conference, some interesting findings from new research and surveys were released. Deloitte Bersin also posted a blog post with some of its research highlights, which included the following:
As HR organizations apply this new model and rethink how they deliver HR services to their consumers—managers and employees—they are finding they cannot only redesign employee processes, but also integrate technology inside of HR and with other functional areas. If done well, this will not only help the organization be more efficient and effective, it will drive improved employee engagement, job satisfaction, as well as workforce productivity and performance.
Talent analytics is here to stay. Contact ZeroedIn today to learn how we can help you get started with workforce analytics technology and develop an HR innovation strategy that will set you up for future success.