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HR analytics: Becoming a true strategic partner by measuring and interpreting data and making informed decisions



The high stakes involved in human resources management (HRM) make human resources metrics and analytics more critical than ever in order to measure outcomes based on specific targets, track and evaluate the results of various indicators and how they interact, and identify initiatives that make a decisive contribution to HRM optimization.

Fee

$1,595 + taxes

Length

Two days – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Language
Course given in French
Dates

HEC Montréal
April 27, May 25, 2018

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Precious few organizations take the time to measure the results of their human resources management (HRM) efforts. Yet the high stakes involved make human resources metrics and analytics more critical than ever in order to measure outcomes based on specific targets, track and evaluate the results of various indicators and how they interact, and identify initiatives that make a decisive contribution to HRM optimization. This seminar will show you how to develop and implement strategic metrics and learn more about tools to analyze your results in order to make better decisions when it comes to human capital – with the ultimate goal of helping you embrace your role as a true strategic partner.


Goals

  • Gain a solid understanding of key HRM indicators.
  • Diagnose and benchmark your own HRM practices.
  • Fine-tune your expertise in developing HRM metrics.
  • Build strategic dashboards.
  • Support your human capital management decisions using HR analytics.

Is this for you?

  • HR/OD professionals
  • HR experts and specialists

Special features

  • Content informed by the latest advances in the field, surveys of Quebec’s HR professionals  and case studies conducted by the seminar instructor. 
  • A unique opportunity to tap into concrete ideas for developing new indicators and enhancing existing ones.

Instructor:

Michel Cossette
Michel Cossette
MSc (Management), PhD (Occupational and Organizational Psychology)
Associate Professor, HEC Montréal
  1. Analyze HRM results to document how effective and efficient your practices are.
  2. Narrow the extensive selection of indicators down to those that are of strategic use to you.
  3. Build a business case specific to your organization that reflects your HR system.
  4. Use results to bolster your influence with managers.
  5. Cultivate an HRM metrics culture within your organization.
  • Background reading
  • Lectures
  • Short business cases
  • Situational exercises
  • Group discussions
  • Sharing of real-world experiences and business practices

Participants in all of our seminars will receive a certificate of completion from Executive Education HEC Montréal.



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Phone
514 340-6046

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