Workforce Metrics And Analytics | Jakarta, Aug 14

Workforce Metrics And Analytics | Jakarta, Aug 14

Workforce Metrics And Analytics: Driving Business Results With Data

14 August 2015  Indonesia, Jakarta


    • Business and HR leaders are beginning to recognize the potential value of workforce metrics and analytics. But many organizations still struggle with developing a strategy and identifying where to start, what to measure, and how metrics and analytics can support business strategies.

      The Workforce Metrics and Analytics Workshop is designed to help drive business results with data by providing a detailed road map for effectively leveraging metrics and analytics in your organization.

      This highly interactive and informative workshop will provide you and your team with the knowledge and resources to:

      • Kick-start your workforce metrics and analytics journey.
      • Interpret an internal labor market (ILM) map that displays data on the flows of talent in, up, and out of an organization.
      • Understand the issues and best practices regarding human capital metrics and analytics.
      • Differentiate between HR metrics and human capital metrics.
      • Learn best practices in the design of human capital dashboards.
      • Use the framework of data, dialogue, action, and results to achieve power storytelling.
      • Define and describe three emerging practices in workforce analytics.
      • Identify key constituencies for maintaining a successful data-based approach.
      • Complete an action plan to overcome an obstacle to implementing metrics and analytics in your workplace.
      • Getting starting with metrics.
      • Applying best practices in metrics and dashboards.
      • Identifying emerging trends in workforce analytics.
      • Driving internal demand for metrics and analytics.
      • Directors and VPs of HR, and senior managers.
      • Analytics heads and workforce planning heads.
      • HR business partners who are interested in utilizing intelligent data to obtain workforce insights.
      • Business executives with a role in driving results via the workforce.
    • KNOW-HOW
      This workshop is the beginning of putting workforce metrics and analytics to work for you. We will provide the templates and resources you will need to implement meaningful, measurable changes to improve your company’s performance.

      Key concepts, terms, definitions, and principles are meaningfully arranged on a large, placemat-sized page for easy reference.

      This workbook contains all group activities and individual exercises for the workshop, in addition to a glossary of related terms, descriptions of the other Mercer Workforce Analytics and Planning Workshops, and a small-print version of the placemat.

      At the conclusion of the workshop, you will receive copies of all PowerPoint slides, articles, and other valuable resources to better equip you to apply the knowledge you gained from the workshop.

    • Sid Mehta
      Workforce Planning & Analytics Practice Leader, ASEAN

      Sid’s HR and business leadership experience spans corporate and consulting environments in India, Australia, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He started his career in compensation consulting with a global HR consulting firm and became the firm’s Australian business practice leader in 2006.

      In a previous role as an HR business partner, Sid was involved in the integration of a German acquisition that incorporated the US, Brazil, China, and Malaysia. And in his capacity as the total rewards and HR operations leader, Sid drove the large-scale implementation of WorkDay across Asian countries in just nine months.

      Bhavana Chauhan
      Senior Consultant, HR Transformation & Workforce Planning

      Bhavana has more than 12 years’ experience in consulting and corporate HR roles. Prior to joining Mercer, she was the HR operations director at an IT organization and was responsible for moving the company to shared services and managing change and communications. Her HR transformation experience spans global and regional implementation.

      Bhavana has in-depth experience in M&A, service delivery models, organization design and workforce transitioning, and process and policy harmonization. She also has extensive change management experience, delivering change initiatives in corporate HR roles as well as on projects related to mergers, systems implementation, and transformation projects. Prior to her corporate HR role, Bhavana spent six years with the human capital team at a consulting firm.

    • Your registration is subject to acceptance by Mercer. You will receive confirmation of acceptance (or rejection) and further details closer to the scheduled workshop date. Confirmation of the workshop proceeding is dependent on enrolments.

      The workshop fees cover all tuition, documentation, lunches and refreshments. Participants are responsible for their own travel, accommodation and out-of-pocket expenses. Cancellations should be sent in writing to your Mercer contact. Cancellations received more than 30 days prior to the scheduled workshop date will be refunded in full. Cancellations received 30 days or less in advance of the workshop will not be refunded but it may be possible to reschedule to a later date (restrictions may apply). You may nominate a substitute to take your place at any time before the start of the workshop. No-shows on the day of the workshop will not be refunded.

      Mercer reserves the right to change or cancel any part of its published workshop due to unforeseen circumstances and to determine the suitability of any registrant to attend the workshop. Payment must be received in full before the start of the workshop. Please note that we reserve the right to refuse admission to the workshop if proof of payment has not been received. An invoice will be sent upon receipt of a registration form.