Successful workforce planning efforts have always been rooted in business strategy – without this, even operational efforts will not lead to desired outcomes. The emergence of advanced people analytics makes this focus on strategy even more critical. An abundance of data and analytical methods can make it easy to plan for and provide metrics on “improvements” across every possible workforce factor; however, a full understanding of the interconnection of business, talent, diversity, real estate, marketing and technology strategies – as well as context from the talent marketplace and industry competitors – is required to truly deliver superior value. Hear how the global head of workforce strategy at BNY Mellon supports driving top-quartile talent and business results through people analytics and planning.
In this keynote presentation, you will learn:
- How workforce strategy is a holistic undertaking at BNY Mellon.
- How to analyze the effects of existing people processes and investments.
- How to prioritize the talent analytics agenda so the company can achieve its full potential.
- Key people myths that talent analytics debunked.