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How to build a strategic people data and analytics function

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Ian Cook, VP of people analytics at Visier and Rob Etheridge, MD and global head of workforce management & analytics at Deutsche Bank deliver their lightning talk live from HRD Collective 2022.

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People data and analytics have never been more critical to the effective functioning of the business. Whilst leading organisations have mastered the people, practices and technologies that lead to effectiveness, most organisations are still grappling with how to build and evolve an effective practice.

In this session, Ian Cook, VP of people analytics at Visier and Rob Etheridge, MD and global head of workforce management & analytics at Deutsche Bank, explore how Deutsche Bank has built out and developed its people data and analytics function to deliver a strategic impact.

Key takeaways:

 

  1. How people data and analytics plays in shaping business strategy
  2. How to engage the right executive stakeholders
  3. How to assemble an effective people data and analytics practice
  4. How to enable your HR team through the right approach to technology

 

Are you interested in developing your people strategy in a live and interactive format led by an expert? Join us for free on at HRD Collective on May 24 for one of our quick and interactive sessions, with speakers from Microsoft, Stanley Black & Decker, Moody’s, Pirelli, Citi, and many more! View the schedule of sessions >

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