New Roles of HR Leader in The 4th Industrial Revolution

HR departments practice People Analytics to help business leaders to improve performance and growth by insights from people data. But what's beyond People Analytics? How HR leaders should be prepared for the fourth industrial revolution?   AI changes everything. We have new responsibilities. We've discussed a lot the two trends ... More

Changing the Analytic Mindset of HR for Good

(This article is based on my Hebrew “TED” talk at the conference People Geekup Tel Aviv on June 2019. I dedicated this talk to HR professionals who make their first steps on their data-driven journey. Read also my list of Public Speaking).   How to change the analytic mindset of HR for good? I deal with this question for ... More

People Analytics – Build the Value Chain

HR people must acquire better analytics skills. There is no question about that. When HR role vacancies are analyzed, this orientation is listed among the most important competencies. The data-driven part of HR practitioners' work has emerged rapidly in the last years. All HR sectors must now leverage their data assets to make better ... More

HR and Tech Evangelists in HackingHR Manhattan

  April 2019, I crossed the ocean to meet colleagues and clients in the Big Apple. A highlight of my journey to Manhattan was HackingHR, a professional community event where I met and was inspired by influencers and thought leaders in HR and Tech.   HackingHR - Who? HackingHR is a global forum for collaboration, networking, ... More

People Analytics in SMBs: Small Data, Huge Impact

  Taking the first steps on the journey to data-driven HR is always difficult. The barriers may include a variety of issues, including data integrity, knowledge gaps, and an excessive amount of HR-Tech solutions. Furthermore, a small or medium business may lack the appropriate volume of data, the resources for shiny Analytics tools, ... More

Gender Pay Gap and People Analytics: A Practice with Open Data

  Educating and mentoring HR professionals to embrace the practices of People Analytics is a challenge. There are barriers, and it takes time and effort to overcome them. However, one issue remained unsolved for years: The lack of open HR data to practice on. Although there are many inspiring case studies of People Analytics, ... More

Your journey to People Analytics makes you cry?

  Did you ever cut an onion while cooking? If you did, I bet it made your eyes tear. The well-known burning sensation in the eyes is simply a reaction to the sulfur that spread in the air when you destroy the onion's cells. But what if you peel the layers of the onion one by one? There will be less damage to the onion's cells, and ... More

Learning culture, rituals, and establishing People Analytics

Business acumen and quantitative skills are vital parts of HR leaders' role, on the journey to the data-driven organization. I believe you won't argue with that. However, while approaching the end of 2018, we still see that although adoption rate of People Analytics is high, barrier overcoming is still slow. As an HR leader, you may ask ... More

Key takeaways from Unleash, Amsterdam 2018 – Part 1

So I packed my vision and questions about the future of work and flew all the way to Unleash Amsterdam, to learn from the world’s influencers, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs, and to meet again many of my professional community fellows in the field of People Analytics and HR-Tech, who gathered from all over the world, for two days of ... More

Five myths about People Analytics that inhibit your progress

If you randomly select an HR leader and ask about her progress in the journey into data-driven HR, the chances that she would tell you that she is already on the track, according to a recent survey, are about 70%. However, if you dig deeper in your conversation, you might find out that you and your interlocutor mean completely different ... More