Announcing a new People Analytics Operating Model for the Digital Era – DEPA:OM
This session presents a new Digital-Era People Analytics Operating Model (otherwise referred to as DEPA:OM) to address limitations commonly found in the People Analytics operating models.
- Most current People Analytics operating models are not designed to transform outcomes from core analytics projects into scalable actionable workforce products
- Current People Analytics job roles, functions and deliverables are frequently not well-defined (it is not clear exactly “who is accountable for what”)
- Many key initiatives – such as Workforce Planning and new HRIS implementation – are usually positioned as ad hoc People Analytics activities rather than integral components of the overall People Analytics strategy
- Because data analysis and implementation are usually managed by separate teams, their activities remain uncoordinated. In such cases, findings from statistical analysis are therefore frequently poorly implemented – and in many instances not implemented at all.
- Finally, and despite repeated warnings from Executive Teams, many current People Analytics operating models persist in focusing on low-level operational workforce outcomes rather than on organisational-level Key Performance Drivers such as productivity, customer-growth and innovation, to the detriment of the overall business strategy.
The DEPA:OM presented at this session is available at no charge, under a Creative Commons Licence.
This session will explore: