A one hour webinar with Dr. Theresa M. Welbourne to learn how like-minded business leaders are working to transform how they use data to tell stories and drive action that leads to positive results.
Research and Insights Archive
Research and Insights from the Center for Effective Organizations
In this webinar, Alec Levenson and Alexis Fink discuss some of the current challenges in the way that analytics are applied to HR and talent issues. The problem we face in organizations today is not a lack of analysis but oftentimes the opposite: too much analysis and data are thrown against the wall in the hopes that something will stick and make sense.
In this article Alec Levenson (CEO) introduces an approach to conducting workforce analytics that is designed to improve strategy execution and organizational effectiveness through the application of systems diagnostics.
In a one hour webinar with Dr. Theresa M. Welbourne, learn how like-minded business leaders are working to transform how they use data to tell stories and drive action that leads to positive results.
Alec Levenson discusses HR data and analytics and the principles to live by as someone who has to wrestle with what the analyses in your organization really mean and how best to use them – or ignore them.
How can HR use analytics to understand what’s driving motivation and behavior in their organizations? Find out in this WorldatWork interview with Alec Levenson on his book, Strategic Analytics: Advancing Strategy Execution and Organizational Effectiveness.
In this webinar, Alec Levenson will address how to conduct analytics to ensure you have the right elements in place for high performance – and where there are gaps that have to be filled. Drawing from his new book, Strategic Analytics, he will present a framework and step-by-step process for diagnosing the barriers to high performance.
This webinar aligns with Alec Levenson’s new book, Strategic Analytics: Advancing Strategy Execution and Organizational Effectiveness.
The balanced scorecard has popularized the idea that organizations should regularly measure and monitor key metrics about people.
More than ever, data drives decisions in organizations–and we have more data, and more ways to analyze it, than ever. Yet strategic initiatives continue to fail as often as they did when computers ran on punch cards. Economist and research scientist Alec Levenson says we need a new approach.
In my previous post I discussed why ROI falls short as a tool for making business decisions. Here I address why ROI doesn’t live up to the promise it’s supposed to have for evaluating human capital and HR.
John W. Boudreau (CEO) and Edward E. Lawler III (CEO) explain how talent analytics and reporting must shift from a focus on cost-efficiency and process effectiveness, while familiar and important, to a balanced combination that also extends to strategic measures that enhance talent and business decisions.