HR Metrics and Analytics
- June 18 – 19, 2020
- 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
benefits of attending
Grounded in finance, this new approach to human capital analytics makes it possible for HR leaders to gain equal footing as strategic partners in the C-suite. By attending this summit, HR leaders are armed with more than anecdotes, gut instincts, and trial and error. They can forecast, with a high degree of certainty, how human capital productivity and ROI can be improved and to what extent they can impact company profits and shareholder value.
The overall benefits of attending include:
- Participants in this program will learn a financial approach to measure the performance of the money companies spend on human capital (people and programs). The formulas were developed in collaboration with Fortune 100 CFOs, Wharton MBAs, investment bankers and private equity executives, and subsequently patented by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
- Participants will learn a comprehensive, cohesive, cascading approach to analyze and interpret the financial results.
- Participants will learn how this financial approach dovetails with traditional HR metrics to effectively diagnose business performance problems and develop solutions to improve performance.
- Participants will learn how to measure the impact on shareholder value of the human capital strategy recommendations. This algorithm passed the close scrutiny of a GE pedigree CFO.
world class trainer from US
A thought leader in the evolving field of human capital analytics.
He has developed and patented a breakthrough business intelligence, human capital analytics tool that precisely measures the financial performance of an organization’s total human capital investment (people & programs). This solution fulfills a long standing need among human resource executives for an accurate and reliable means to determine how their investments impacts company profits.
He has also developed a comprehensive, cohesive and cascading HR strategic planning process (human capital strategy map) to convert the ROI and Productivity results into specific human capital strategy actions that will continuously improve business results.
He has more than 40 years of experience as a senior Human Resources adviser working with organizations in manufacturing, health care, pharmaceuticals, transportation, financial services, petroleum and academia, among others.