Data Intelligence, Business Analytics
It's interesting when I read dismissive blogs about 'Point in Time' data suggesting it's no longer relevant. I would like to introduce one fundamental data type that does not change and directly impacts business performance: talent analytics. These are numbers representing stable characteristics about how we work naturally and what we are driven by. Think of them as your strengths in numbers form.
Since we all have people in our lives, I don't need to post 10 links…Continue
Added by Mike Kennedy on January 19, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
The recent "bigdata" phenomenon has introduced lots of trendy external data types like unstructured social media data. While this data is extremely valuable, IIA Faculty Member Greta Roberts makes the case that performance models should always include a fundamental, obvious, and readily accessible data…Continue
Added by Mike Kennedy on January 17, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Economic pressure drives businesses to find every advantage for increased business performance. While enterprises have carefully chosen key performance indicators, they are housed separately from key performance indicators of the people who do the work, missing an opportunity to quantitatively link a company's talent characteristics to business operations and outcomes.
IIA's January Office Hours call will discuss the connections between innate talent characteristics and enterprise…Continue
Added by Mike Kennedy on January 10, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments