by Patricia Pulliam Phillips, PhD and Jack J. Phillips, PhD
In today’s business climate of shrMaking Human Capital Analytics Workinking budgets and increased scrutiny of departmental value, you need to prove with inarguable data that HR is a strategic partner in the company’s pursuit of profit and growth.
Making Human Capital Analytics Work shows how to use data to drive decisions and build support for the HR function through the use of analytics. It’s the ideal guide for anyone involved directly or indirectly with HR, including:
- HR Executives — prove your department’s worth to the company
- Project Funders — determine the value of what you’re investing in
- Analytics Practitioners — execute more credible studies and reports
- Business Managers — improve your HR support functions
- Consultants — get a step ahead of your competitors
Increasing automation and outsourcing of the HR function are threatening the benefits delivered by HR departments staffed with smart and passionate professionals. If this trend goes unchallenged, very real harm will be done to organizations.
Do yourself, your department, and your field a valuable service by reading and applying the lessons of Making Human Capital Analytics Work.
Published by McGraw-Hill