This is the time of year when 25% of new year's resolutions are abandoned. Don't worry though, Insight222 is here to support you and all HR Analytics leaders in assuring that your 2018 resolutions are implemented. Talk to us about your resolutions, here are some that we are helping your peers with:
- I want to preempt push-back on my analytics projects, due to privacy concerns
- I need to have HR Business Partners better understand our capabilities
- I don’t want to be asked for 9,000 versions of the same report
- I need my team to learn how to analyze and understand business problems, before we commit resources to analytics projects
- I want to be seen as a business leader, not a "data jockey"
- I have to make a decision on the right technology this year, and get it implemented
Data Ethics Charter co-creation
Towards the end of 2017, a group of 55 globally leading companies from across industries identified data ethics and data privacy as a critical challenge to success in the people analytics function. i222 is partnering with our members to co-create a data ethics charter and set of tools that will benefit all companies looking for faster and smoother implementation of their data projects.
Two peer meetings were held in New York and San Francisco in which leading companies from the technology, banking, pharma, and manufacturing fields began the journey of designing a data ethics charter.
Utilizing design thinking methodologies, these expert practitioners systematically outlined the scope of the challenge, analyzed the needs of various stakeholders, and started to define solution options.
In Q1 of 2018 the co-creation enters its next phase, beginning with a January workshop in London which will focus on outlining solution components.
Interested companies are invited to apply to participate in the next steps of the co-creation process by joining the upcoming virtual workshops and live meetings that will produce the tools to implement, or improve, a data ethics charter in your company.
Organizational Network Analysis
Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) has been a hot topic in the last 12 months, but 2018 will be the year in which it either proves itself as a useful tool or a fad. The first webinar in our 4x4x4 series will be a vendor showcase with demos and case studies from three companies that are innovating in this space.
If you are considering launching an ONA project, or are interested in learning more about the vendors that could support you, then join this discussion on January 24th.