November 20 , 2018

HR Metrics & Analytics

Sabermetrics — The Future Of Corporate Talent Metrics … Is Already Here

If your talent management function absolutely requires advanced metrics covering every aspect of how to manage top talent, look no further than Major League Baseball. Now hold on for a minute, just because you don’t understand or even like baseball, don’t turn away. Because the baseball metric approach is world-class; it is worth learning about. Also, most corporate CEOs love sports …

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I Learned Everything I Know About Great Talent Metrics…From Baseball

Many are shocked when I reveal that after 30 years of developing talent metrics, I have concluded that the best place to benchmark talent metrics isn’t a major corporation like Google or IBM, it is Major League Baseball. Ever since the book Moneyball came out, corporate and talent management leaders have been seeking out every opportunity to work with MLB …

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Recruiting Trends For 2016 And Their Supporting Best Practices, 2 Part series

What could be more important in a fast-moving world than keeping up with developing trends? Unfortunately, many in recruiting are so busy that they forget to set aside time to follow or act on these important emerging trends. The Many Benefits of Tracking Emerging Trends in Recruiting Not following trends can be a mistake because being first provides your firm …

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Administering Your Talent Metrics To Ensure Success

By Dr John Sullivan ATC 10 Feb 2015 You can read part one of this article, here. In my article last week, I discussed the top design principles I believe you need if you are to successfully shift to a data-driven decision-making model in Talent Management. Shifting to a data-driven model brings your function into alignment with almost every business function, like supply …

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Top 15 Design Principles for Talent Metrics and Analytics

By Dr John Sullivan ATC 04 Feb 2015   Whether you work in Australia, the USA or Europe, the hottest topic relating to how the Talent Management function operates is how to shift to a “metric based” decision-making model using advanced and predictive analytics (Note: the #2 topic is often making all talent applications fully accessible from the mobile phone). The …

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Hire Like Google — Project the ‘Career Trajectory’ of Your Candidates

I frequently get asked the question “What is the one thing that recruiting functions should be systematically doing, but for some unexplained reason, it doesn’t do it?” Well, one quick answer to that question is “to project the career trajectory of potential hires.” Which simply means to assess whether a candidate, after they are hired, are likely to progress and …

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Top 15 Design Principles for Talent Metrics and Analytics

Published at ATC Hub February 4, 2014 Whether you work in Australia, the USA or Europe, the hottest topic relating to how the Talent Management function operates is how to shift to a “metric based” decision-making model using advanced and predictive analytics (Note: the #2 topic is often making all talent applications fully accessible from the mobile phone). The fact …

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HR Ranks at the Bottom — Reasons to Adopt Metrics and Predictive Analytics

When you survey the most frequent users of analytics and metrics in the corporate world, not surprisingly you find that HR ranks at the very bottom. Compared to finance, which is ranked No. 1, HR compares poorly with only half of its functions being classified as advanced users and three times more HR functions are classified as non-users. HR shouldn’t be …

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Workforce Speed — the Most Impactful Talent Factor That No One Is Managing

I work in the Silicon Valley, where we have a long-established mantra of “faster, cheaper and better.” But now no matter where you work in the world, almost everyone can sense the fact that every aspect of global business now seems to move significantly faster than it did even 10 years ago. You could even label the 21st century as “the …

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