The Strategic Outlook for People Analytics in 2023

An executive-level discussion about what People Analytics can do to guide the business through the year ahead.
Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
(UTC+01:00) Berlin, Bern
Ian Cook David Green Nicky Clement

This panel discusses the most important trends and priorities for the digital HR leader in 2023. The panellists debate the best approaches for tacking the headwinds and harnessing opportunities, and where People Analytics can be a key competitive differentiator in the year ahead.



Businesses face a fresh set of challenges and opportunities in 2023, as the world moves on from the Covid era.

Organisations are once again facing economic uncertainty, supply chain disruption, changing business models, talent and leadership pipeline concerns, evolving competition, and the ever-growing need for data security.

The very nature of the workplace has transformed irreversibly since 2020, and with it have changed employee expectations and demands. Organisations are needing to define themselves through purpose and responsibility to attract and retain the people they need, while DEI and ESG remain high on the agenda for employees and candidates, as well as for customers and investors.

CHROs are being called upon to deliver a People strategy that will help the organisation navigate these challenges, and to get ahead of the competition in securing the skills and technology needed to survive and achieve its objectives.

This session will explore:

  • Applying AI and advanced analytics to talent attraction and retention
  • Transitioning to a skills-based organisation
  • New approaches in employee listening and ONA
  • Linking people metrics to customer satisfaction and retention
  • HR data literacy and communication skills, and commercial acumen
  • Unlocking internal mobility and discovering hidden capabilities
  • Design thinking for useful and scalable productisation
  • Partnership models with Talent Intelligence and Strategic Workforce Planning.

Learning outcomes:

What is the role of People Analytics in creating and delivering this strategy?