Predictive Hr Analytics

Author: Dr Martin R. Edwards
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749473924
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Where other functions of an organization deal in profits, sales growth, forecasts and strategic planning, the HR function is responsible for employee well-being, engagement and motivation. Such concerns do not immediately conjure up images of analytical know-how, despite the fact that in reality the management of such things often requires a lot of measurement and technical skill. Predictive HR Analytics provides a clear, accessible framework with which to understand and work with HR analytics at an advanced level, taking HR professionals through examples of particular predictive models so they can develop effective HR strategies based on evidence. Predictive HR Analytics will show step-by-step, using simple terms, how to carry out analysis (using the statistical package SPSS) and interpret the results, helping to communicate the potential of HR analytics and get the most out of the HR function, whether carrying out the analysis or briefing external consultants. The book will help deliver a credible and reliable service to businesses by providing metrics on which executives will be able to make sound business decisions. Online supporting resources include data sets for using alongside the book.

Predictive Hr Analytics

Author: Dr Martin R. Edwards
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749484454
Size: 12,47 MB
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HR metrics and organizational people-related data are an invaluable source of information from which to identify key trends and patterns in order to make effective business decisions. HR practitioners often, however, lack the statistical and analytical know-how to fully harness their potential. Predictive HR Analytics provides a clear, accessible framework with which to understand and work with people analytics and advanced statistical techniques. Step-by-step and by using worked examples, this book shows readers how to carry out and interpret analyses of various forms of HR data, such as employee engagement, performance and turnover, using the statistical packages SPSS (with R syntax provided), and, importantly, how to use the results to enable practitioners to develop effective evidence-based HR strategies. This second edition of Predictive HR Analytics has been updated to include new material on machine learning, biased algorithms, data protection and GDPR considerations, a new example using Kaplan Meier Survival analyses for tenure/turnover modelling and updated screenshots and examples with SPSS version 25. It is supported by a new appendix showing main R coding for the focal analyses approaches in the book, and online resources consisting of SPSS and Excel data sets and R syntax with worked case study examples.

Predictive Analytics For Human Resources

Author: Jac Fitz-enz
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118893670
Size: 14,97 MB
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"Predictive Analytics for Human Resources is a comprehensive guide to developing and implementing a human resource analytics project. The book starts with the basic idea of engaging in predictive analytics and walks through case simulations showing statistical examples. In addition, it addresses the topics of internal coaching, mentoring, and sponsoring and includes information on how to recruit a sponsor"--

The New Hr Analytics

Author: Jac FITZ-ENZ
Editor: AMACOM
ISBN: 0814416446
Size: 19,30 MB
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In his landmark book The ROI of Human Capital, Jac Fitz-enz presented a system of powerful metrics for quantifying the contributions of individual employees to a company’s bottom line. The New HR Analytics is another such quantum leap, revealing how to predict the value of future human capital investments. Using Fitz-enz’s proprietary analytic model, readers learn how to measure and evaluate past and current returns. By combining those results with focused business intelligence and applying the exclusive analytical tools in the book, they will be able to: Evaluate and prioritize the skills needed to sustain performance • Build an agile workforce through flexible Capability Planning • Determine how the organization can stimulate and reward behaviors that matter • Apply a proven succession planning strategy that leverages employee engagement and drives top-line revenue growth • Recognize risks and formulate responses that avoid surprises • Support decision making by predicting the actions that will yield the best returns Brimming with real-world examples and input from thirty top HR practitioners and thought leaders, this groundbreaking book ushers in a new era in human resources and human capital management.

Predictive Hr Analytics

Author: Mong Shen Ng
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781790406371
Size: 15,61 MB
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You don't need to spend months learning the Python, R or SQL programming language, and you don't need to buy expensive statistical software like SPSS or SAS. This is the only book that teaches you Predictive Analytics using Microsoft Excel (which you already have & know how to use)! This book not only share with you the analytics findings of other companies, but also teaches you how to derive it by yourself! It covers the ARHAT Predictive HR Analytics framework, teaches you data-storytelling & data-visualization techniques, and teaches you how to use Microsoft Excel's statistical tools (Decision trees, Correlation, Multiple Regression, Logistic Regression, Chi-Square) with step-by-step print-screen instructions. It is also the only book that covers the full HR Analytics scope (Benefits, Compensation, Culture, Diversity & Inclusion, Engagement, Leadership, Learning & Development, Payroll, Personality Traits, Performance Management, Recruitment, Sales Incentives) with numerous real-world Predictive HR Analytics examples, & shows how Predictive HR Analytics answers questions such as: (1) Predict who are the people at risk of leaving using Decision tree, Correlation, Excel Logistic Regression, etc. (e.g. employee aged 30, who stays more than xx km from the company, who is rated "average for performance", has a 90% probability of resigning in her 3rd year.). (2) Identify where the best people come from and how successful a candidate will be if hired using simple correlation (E.g. Customer Service staff and Sales staff with x & y personality traits are likely to be good performers if hired). (3) Predict impact of Employee Engagement on customer satisfaction, revenue and Shareholder Returns, etc. using Excel Multiple Regression. (e.g. 1% increase in employee engagement leads to $100k increase in company revenue, 2% increase in customer satisfaction, 1% increase in Shareholders return, 1 day reduction in average sick leave, etc.). (4) Predict financial impact of training using Excel Multiple Regression (e.g. training satisfaction rating of xx leads to $y increase in company revenue). (5) Predict Diversity & Inclusion's impact on revenue and EBIT (e.g. convert your company's ethnic diversity mix to an index number, then use Excel Multiple Regression to predict if your company's diversity Index is x --> your company's Sales will be $y and EBIT will be z%). (6) Predict employee absenteeism and accident, using Chi-Square.

Hr Analytics

Author: Tracey Smith
Editor: Numerical Insights LLC
ISBN: 1492739162
Size: 18,53 MB
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How can HR show value? With 20+ years of analytical expertise, the author guides you into the land of HR analytics to answer this question. The reader of this book is a business leader, an HR leader, analyst, student or just plain curious about what analytics in the Human Resource function is all about. It is intended for the business-minded individual interested in learning about the strategic advantages which can be obtained from performing analytics on the wealth of data stored in HR systems. The book begins with a brief history of the evolution of HR information and explains some of the differences between the stages of information progression. It also provides an opinion on who needs to know these differences and who doesn’t. The book moves on to provide advice on how to best select metrics for HR and how to approach an analysis is an organized way. A full chapter is dedicated to practical examples in order to assist the reader in generating ideas of how to provide value to the organization. Examples are provided using simple and more advanced techniques. The intent, however, is to show where value can be found in HR data and not to provide instruction on mathematical techniques. For the HR leader, the book will go on to examine the advantages and disadvantages of trying to build these capabilities in-house and will provide a realistic view of the challenges associated with implementing analytics in Human Resources. For the HR analyst, a section is included to discuss the realistic challenges you will face in collecting and analyzing HR data. Those entering this field or thinking about it, can then go in with their eyes wide open. A brief introduction to Strategic Workforce Planning is provided because it overlaps with HR analytics in one of its major steps. Finally, the book provides advice and opinions on data analysis and visualization tools available to the HR professional. What Will This Book Do for Me? Before the reader embarks on his / her journey through the pages of this book, it is important to know the types of questions that will be answered. Only then can the reader determine the true value of this material for his / her business. The list below is not all inclusive, but will provide the reader with an idea on how the information contained herein can be used. 1. How can I show some HR analytics quick wins to my leadership team? 2. What are the evolutionary stages of analytics and in what stage are most businesses? 3. How can I organize my analysis efforts? 4. What can regression analysis do for me? 5. How can I link HR to the business? 6. How can I get strategic value out of an HR survey? 7. Should I have an in-house analytics group? If so, which skill sets should I look for? 8. What challenges can I realistically expect to face if I head into HR analytics? Under the new pressure for Human Resources to provide higher value to the company, answering these and similar questions for the organization will increase the strategic level of Human Resources.

Human Resource Management 2nd Edition

Author: Seema Sanghi
Editor: Vikas Publishing House
ISBN: 9352596439
Size: 20,35 MB
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Human Resource Management, 2e, presents multifaceted, up-to-date and all-inclusive information which will be useful to students and professionals pursuing human resource management (HRM). Going beyond the coverage of a traditional textbook, this book focuses on applied aspects of HRM, which capture the evolving challenges in the field. Application approach is followed to enrich them with as many examples as possible from not only India but from the world over, making the topics more meaningful.

Creating A Tipping Point Strategic Human Resources In Higher Education

Author: Alvin Evans
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118437454
Size: 20,63 MB
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In a turbulent, unstable era of severe financial pressures, thedevelopment of strategic human resource (HR) practices has becomean urgent mandate in higher education. With significant andwidespread institutional shifts resulting from globalization,heightened competition, and rapid innovation, educational leadersmust optimize their most significant resource—humancapital—and align HR strategies, structures, and processeswith organizational goals. Due to substantial cuts in stateappropriations and rapidly diminishing budgets, public institutionsof higher education in particular are struggling to realignresources and programs to fulfill their educational missions andmaintain academic quality, while simultaneously responding tocomplex external legislative and accreditation mandates. In light of these challenges, Creating a Tipping Point:Strategic Human Resources in Higher Education breaks new groundby presenting a research-based approach that supports the evolutionof HR practices from siloed, transactional models to strategicoperations that serve the entire university. This monographprovides a concrete, progressive road map to developingorganizational capabilities in support of the university's academicmission and illustrates this pathway with examples drawn frompublic research universities. It offers strategies, tools, metrics,and action steps that support the development of an effective andefficient strategic HR operation in higher education. Forinstitutions seeking to implement strategic HR, this book is apractical and invaluable resource.

Hr Analytics

Author: Dipak Kumar Bhattacharyya
Editor: Sage Publications Pvt. Limited
ISBN: 9789386062710
Size: 11,39 MB
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Human resource management function over the years -- HR decision-making and HR analytics -- Introduction to HR analytics -- HR business process and HR analytics -- Forecasting and measuring HR value propositions with HR analytics -- HR analytics and data -- HR analytics and predictive modelling -- HR analytics for future

Intelligent Leadership

Author: John Mattone
Editor: AMACOM
ISBN: 0814432387
Size: 13,75 MB
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In today’s business environment, leaders at all levels are facing enormous challenges when it comes to achieving and sustaining breakthrough operating results. Globalization, economic change, more stringent regulation, and tougher governance make realizing shareholder value increasingly difficult. Intelligent Leadership is written for leaders who want to become more effective, strategic, operationally focused, and balanced. It is for leaders who are striving to take control of their destiny and become the best they can be. In this groundbreaking book, leadership coach John Mattone—recently named to the “guru radar” by the prestigious Thinkers50—taps into his years of experience working with high-achieving professionals to give readers a roadmap for developing and mastering their executive maturity. Supplying three unique tools—the Wheel of Leadership Success, Map of Leadership Maturity, and the Leadership Enneagram—the book helps readers calibrate their abilities so they can simultaneously focus on their strengths and address their weaknesses. The goal is to improve key tactical competencies (such as critical and strategic thinking, decision-making, talent and team leadership, and communication) and integrate them with equally important inner traits like values, character, and beliefs in order to achieve their leadership potential. Featuring best practices, authoritative research, practical assessments, and enlightening examples of both good and bad leadership, this book equips readers with the knowledge, skills, and passion they need to become the leaders they were meant to be.