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 to research. Take away three things from this entry:
Think about these examples in context of work:
Stable characteristics that do not change over a lifetime can therefore be measured at a single point in time. Measured today or 10 years from now, you are who you are. Even when you change a role or company, PiT data can be used and re-used over and over again.
The debate is far from over; not all evidence was submitted the first time. Agree? Disagree? Comment below.