The HR Data Labs Podcast
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Here’s an experiment for you:
- Take passionate experts in Human Resource Technology,
- Invite cross-industry experts from inside and outside HR,
- Mix in what’s happening in people analytics today,
- Give them the technology to connect,
- Hit record,
- Pour their discussions into a beaker,
- Mix thoroughly, and…
- Voila… you get the HR Data Labs podcast where we explore the impact of data and analytics to your business.
Every episode will feature a rockstar inside or outside the field of Human Resources to provide us with the inside scoop on how the world of HR Technology is evolving through the use of Data and People Analytics. The podcast will be roughly 30 minutes. We value your time and the time of our guests.
- Data Quality
- HR Processes
- HR Technology and innovations
- Analytics tools and techniques
- Benchmarking and surveys
- Data relevance
- Statistical methods
- Regulations and laws affecting you and your business
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Podcast Episode Blog Posts
HR Data Labs – Season 2 – Episode 12 – Nigel Stoodley – People Intelligence 2.0
With people data and people analytics tools becoming more readily available, there’s a trend toward wanting a single solution that handles “all the data”. Unfortunately, this isn’t our reality quite yet. A holistic approach to people analytics can only be found when technology vendors and services players openly collaborate. This kind of synergy is what improves the lives of employees and fuels improved performance for businesses.
HR Data Labs – Season 2 – Episode 11 – Siri Chilazi – Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in HR Analytics
“When done right, the collection, analysis, and disclosure of DEI data holds the promise of being a powerful lever for progress.” This is the belief of Siri Chilazi, a Research Fellow at the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School. Her life’s work is to advance gender equality in the workplace through research translation. In other words, she does research on how companies can promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, and she brings those research insights to practitioners and organizations.
HR Data Labs – Season 2 – Episode 10 – Dhruv Dang – Build vs Buy: Analytics Applications – Part 2
A continuation of my insightful discussion with Dhruv Dang about the build or buy decision organizations face for people analytics applications.
HR Data Labs – Season 2 – Episode 9 – Dhruv Dang – Build vs Buy: Analytics Applications – Part 1
Let’s go technical! It may be a higher value to build your analytic software solution than it is to buy from an enterprise software vendor. Dhruv has been designing and building software for over fifteen years, and has worked with a variety of organizations across the public and private sectors (B.C. Government, Yukon Government, Change.org, Apple). In 2016, he founded Real Folk to help build the next generation of digital services across government and industry in North America.
HR Data Labs – Season 2 – Episode 8 – Mark Stelzner – People Analytics with Dynamic Teams in Dynamic Organizations
It’s time to challenge our concept of teams within organizations! In this episode you’ll hear from Mark Stelzner, the leader of IA HR Consulting. Mark started IA because he had worked with, and for, consulting firms and thought, “there has got to be a better way.” Mark amplifies the voices of the clients he supports, as he believes it’s about finding the right solution to help the organization thrive. IA really focuses on self-sufficiency. Through his work, Mark has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Forbes, CNN, and NPR.
HR Data Labs – Season 2 – Episode 7 – Steve MacDonell – People Want People Analytics, But Have No Idea What it Is
Have you ever worked with people who are scared of numbers but still want them? Steve McDonell jumped into the world of People Analytics after being a CIO for several years. As CIO, his role was to help clients understand the need for people analytics and how to adopt them as a part of their business strategy.
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The list of guests grows every day. We already have many people from HR, Finance, IT, and business operations signed up to be guests.