Let me challenge you: in my daily observations, most of the people analytics practitioners are pretty much working in a reactive way somewhere in the shadow of the business. A few highly skilled data scientists – masters of algorithms - are working out their wonders in the ‘dark room of HR’, believing that they are very productive in their little silos.
- People analytics is not really getting the full support of the rest of the organization to share information and data with HR
- People analytics is not yielding at all the highly needed integrated people insights that can keep the business competitive
- People analytics doesn’t get enough credibility for the analytics function and as a result remains in the shadow of the business.
If you are serious about growing an impactful people analytics function and becoming a game-changing people analytics leader 2.0, I will advise you in my presentation to:
- Create a unified people analytics vision by building a people analytics operating model
- Focus on establishing a data-driven employee experience program
- Make your organization transformation (every organization is transforming) data-driven.
Luk had a long career (25 years) as a senior HR executive in compelling Fortune 500 companies such as PepsiCo, Starbucks and Nielsen. He served as CHRO Europe for Nielsen until 2007, the world’s biggest marketing research and data company. Prior to Nielsen, Luk was CHRO Europe for Starbucks.
In 2008, he started iNostix with partner Dr Jeroen Delmotte, specialising in predictive People Analytics. Luc is passionate about researching and analysing the business impact of people investments. iNostix has quickly become recognised as one of the few European predictive HR analytics expert consultancies. In March 2016, iNostix was acquired by Deloitte and is now known as ‘iNostix by Deloitte’.
Luk spends a lot of his time as a teacher, content contributor, blogger, columnist and is the author of many articles. He is regularly invited to speak at a number of international conferences and helps large international clients setting bigger goals for data-driven decision making in HR, leading consultative projects in the Benelux, Germany, Switzerland, France and the UK.
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