HR doesn't just need to do digital, it needs to be digital, it simply has to. Put another way, HR must become more digital and analytical to deliver greater business value. This episode is a break from our usual format. It features a panel discussion which took place at the recent People Analytics and Future of Work conference in San Francisco.
The discussion was titled HR skills of the future and how to develop them. It features Heather Whiteman, who lectures on people analytics at UC Berkeley, having spent six years previously as Global Head of People Strategy, Analytics, Learning and Operations at GE Digital. RJ Milnor who is the Global Head of People Analytics at Uber and is a previous guest on the show, and Ian Bailie, Managing Director of myHRfuture who previously held various roles at Cisco around Workforce Planning, People Analytics and Talent Acquisition operations, and David Green is the moderator.
The topics the panel and David talk about are:
This episode is a must listen for CHRO’s, Chief Learning Officers, Heads of Organisational Design, those working in a workforce planning or people analytics role, and indeed anyone interested in the skills HR professionals require now and in the future.
A huge thank you goes out to Al Adamsen and the team at PAFOW for allowing us to create this podcast from the panel discussion. People Analytics and the Future of Work, which is affectionately known as PAFOW, is a conference taking place in four cities in 2020: San Francisco, Sydney, London on the 29th to 30th of April and New York on the 17th to 18th of November. I will be co-chairing the conference with Al. If you would like to come along, to find out more please head over to pafow.net.
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