Applying Advanced Analytics To Hr Management Decisions
Methods For Selection, Developing Incentives, And Improving Collaboration
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Using advanced analytics and Big Data, you can build an organization that’s more collaborative, inclusive, merit-based, and successful. In this book, pioneering HR technology expert James Sesil shows how to use advanced analytics to optimize HR decision-making: workforce/succession planning, talent acquisition, career development, performance management, strategy alignment, and more.
Writing from the HR leader’s perspective, Sesil distills important new research on decision-making, helping you leverage key advances in behavioral economics, psychology, and machine learning. You’ll learn how to make better human capital management decisions by combining advanced analytics, expert knowledge, and your best intuition.
Sesil covers core concepts, data sources, advanced tools, predictive modeling techniques, and much more. You’ll learn how to integrate and leverage information you may already possess and build a “data-driven” culture that brings new clarity to all your HR decisions.
- Beyond suboptimal and irrational HR decision-making
Lessons from Kahneman and beyond: eliminating bias without abandoning intuition
- Leveraging the latest insights into employee collaboration and motivation
Using advanced analytics to promote cooperation and performance
- Finding and maximizing important new sources of value
Getting the right mix of human capital, management practices, policies, and technology
- Systematically improving your hiring and incentive decisions
Making better hiring predictions and leveraging shared rewards more successfully
The complete guide to improving HR decision-making through analytics
- Leverage advanced analytics and Big Data to build more equitable, collaborative, and successful organizations
- Improve selection, performance, collaboration, resource planning, and more
- Develop an analytical culture that consistently relies on facts and reality
- By James Sesil, the first expert to apply new research findings in Behavioral Economics, Psychology, and Advanced Analytics to HR decision making
Organizational success requires the best possible human capital decisions. Analytics can help you systematically optimize those decisions. Too many HR organizations settle for simple descriptive statistics and correlations, when they could be using analytics to drive value in virtually every HR function. Now, James C. Sesil offers a complete analytical blueprint for improving your most pivotal choices: how to hire, reward, motivate, promote collaboration, uncover value, and improve performance.
Step by step, you’ll learn how to apply well-proven analytic techniques to infuse strategic HR decision-making with unprecedented levels of objectivity and insight. This isn’t about abandoning your hard-won human expertise and intuition. It’s about complementing and strengthening them… to build organizations that are fairer, more merit-driven, and more effective.
|Titel:||Applying Advanced Analytics To Hr Management Decisions|
|auteur:||Sesil, James C.|
|Uitgever:||Pearson Education (us)|
|Plaats van publicatie:||01|
|NUR:||Personeel en organisatie|
|Afmetingen:||158 x 236 x 16|
Sesil’s work has won three best paper awards from the Academy of Management and the Labor and Employment Research Association and has been covered in The New York Times, BusinessWeek, and The Financial Times. He spent eight years in HR roles at Control Data, Honeywell, and Cargill, Inc., and he holds a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics.
Chapter 1: Challenges and Opportunities with Optimal Decision Making and How Advanced Analytics Can Help 1
Chapter 2: Collaboration, Cooperation, and Reciprocity 27
Chapter 3: Value Creation and Advanced Analytics 55
Chapter 4: Human Science and Selection Decisions 81
Chapter 5: Human Science and Incentives 101
Definitions (Appendix) 129