Introducing You to the Top 112 HR Analytics Experts [INFOGRAPHIC]
In a bid to highlight some of the best HR analytics experts currently in the industry, we have compiled an easily accessible list of top 112 HR analytical leaders for you to familiarise yourself with and use as a go-to resource for ideas
The importance of HR analytics within organisations has increased rapidly over the years, shifting from being nice to have to essential with its proven benefits impacting greatly on the way a business can run and operate.
Analytics enables HR practitioners to measure the HR functions impact on the company’s bottom line performance by calculating the return on investment (ROI) received from HR interventions. This in turn increases HR’s strategic influence on the organisation, which we all know can be a challenge.
The goal is to turn data into information and information into insight.
– Carly Fiorina, 2016 Candidate for President of the United States
By using analytical processes to get to know the people behind the numbers and gain a better understanding of big business data, it offers HR practitioners and employers more in-depth knowledge to solve underlying business problems. HR management can gain insights into their workforce and implement fitting policies and procedures by making evidence-based decisions starting from early stage planning right the way through to evaluating.
We are living in an era of information. Without processing the data into something tangible and useable, it remains worthless. But that’s not all. Understanding the most beneficial ways to manipulate the data, what HR technology works best and learning the best ways data can be used requires another skill set – that is where the HR analytics experts play their part.
Taking leadership advice on-board from one or all of these 112 HR analytical experts will give you the tools your business needs to get a competitive advantage against companies still lacking any data initiative strategies or still struggle with their tech systems.
Today, HR has a seat at the table, and in order to maintain that business partnership, you need to have an analytics framework.
– Andy Kaslow, Member Board of Directors at Tango Health, Inc.
We hope that by creating this list of the top 112 HR analytical leaders, you can gain further insights into the background of their work, read up on their articles, watch their videos and use the knowledge they share as a tool for improving the HR analytics function within your own organisation.
So without further ado, here are our top 100 HR analytics experts, with links to their social media platforms so you can check them out and follow them for yourself!
If you’re an employer realising you need to improve or haven’t yet implemented a HR analytical strategy, our top 112 HR analytics experts are sure to help guide you in the right direction and get your business a step ahead in 2018.
You can find their names and head over to their LinkedIn profiles using the links provided below!
1. Morten Kamp Andersen, Human Capital Consultant | HR Analytics Expert | Leadership Development | Professional Speaker | Research | @MortenKamp
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