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How to Make an Impact with HR

Use Analytics, Technology and Evidence-based Practice to Drive Results

Increase the impact HR has in your organization by using this practical book to understand how to embed analytics, assess new technologies, leverage personalization and develop an evidence-based approach.
EAN: 9781789663174
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 234x156
256 pages

About the book

HR professionals are uniquely placed in organizations to drive individual employee performance as well as to improve overall business results and a company's bottom line. However, HR can only leverage its full potential if it understands the key developments in the industry that will make a measurable difference to workplace performance and how to use them. Supported by extensive research from The HR Trend Institute, How to Make an Impact with HR is a practical handbook, which allows human resources professionals to answer questions including: how can I utilize people analytics to make better business decisions? What do the changing demographics of the workforce mean for job design and HR processes? How can I assess what HR technologies are worth investing in? How important is personalization for employee experience and how should I address this in my business? What does globalization mean for my organizational structure and how can I use gamification to improve L&D?

Written for mid-level and senior HR professionals, How to Make an Impact with HR also includes essential guidance on how to adopt an evidence-based approach to HR in order to make well-informed, defensible business decisions as well as advice on how to embrace business agility and move at pace. Full of case studies, practical tips and examples from global organizations who have already used these insights to drive performance and reduce employee turnover including Oracle, AstraZeneca, Arcadis and Proctor and Gamble, this is essential reading for all HR professionals wanting to stay ahead of the competition.

About the authors

Tom Haak

Tom Haak is the Director of the HR Trends Institute where he detects, researches and analyses people, organizational and workforce trends. Prior to this, he has held senior HR positions in multinational companies including Arcadis, Fugro, Aon, KPMG and Phillips Electronics.

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