Littalics on Wednesday 2
Edition #15
September 9th, 2020
The Autumn Collection

Happy Wednesday!

It is not human to read every word I write about People Analytics and HR-Tech. I am realistic in my expectations of my human colleagues and friends. However, I have much higher expectations from artificial intelligence in this context. Specifically, I expect full coverage as well as comprehensive feedback. Grammarly exceeds my expectations. Based on last week's feedback, it turns out that a quarter of my texts are full of joy! And so, I have no choice but to joyfully share this!

Cheers,
Littal

Thoughts and Articles

Formal education and institutionalized learning are not enough anymore. Part of my contribution to executive professional development in the domain of People Analytics and Workforce AI Ethics is creating opportunities for peer discussions and sharing. These interviews are part of my endeavor.

Leveraging workforce data as it was a state security project

Leveraging workforce data as it was a state security project
An interview about People Analytics with a Lieutenant Colonel in the Israeli Military intelligence - A rare chance to explore practices in the most secure organizations, and to discuss the experience with AI, business insights, and ethics.

There is so much more in my People Analytics circle

You must be eternal students in the industry of People Analytics, so you better choose wisely who you learn from. Each person in the following interviews and reviews offered me a valuable lesson.
There is so much more in my People Analytics circle

Tel Aviv Chapters

Next week we'll celebrate a new year in Israel, and then three weeks of holidays. No wonder why it is common to postpone everything to "After the holidays". What's the plan for after the holidays anyway? Stay tuned to discover. A hint: Our virtual meet-ups are back.
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62%

of large companies still rely on spreadsheets for business analytics*

* Deloitte survey

Tweets and Treats

A selection of contents I liked and shared this week,
ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

ACM code of #ethics and professional conduct. Well, I'm inspired! The 1st of 25 articles: "Contribute to society and to human well-being, acknowledging that ALL PEOPLE are stakeholders in computing"
Working from Home: What are we seeing in the data?

#WFH What text-based employee feedback reveals about #productivity, working hours, distractions, engagement, #career, #labor costs, technology, communication, and more. Thx @AndrewMarritt

Updated Resources

Ethics in Workforce AI
Monthly Review

Ethics in People Analytics and AI at Work – Best Resources
Part of my continuous learning, collaboration, and contribution is a comprehensive resource list, updated monthly. It includes four categories: strategic thinking, practical advice, product reviews, and a social context.

People Analytics and HR-Tech reading list

Be careful! These books can change your career: People Analytics and HR-Tech reading list
Let’s face it. There are too many professional books one can read in a lifespan. This list of People Analytics and HR-Tech books is not exceptional. I won’t be able to complete reading all of it …

A Lighthouse in the Rough Seas of HR-Tech

A Lighthouse in the Rough Seas of HR-Tech
Sailing the rough seas of HR-Tech solutions? This List may be your lighthouse. Find here links to HR-Tech innovation and solutions, sorted in ten main categories, based on employee life-cycle ...

More Learning Opportunities and Recognition

People Analytics, HR-Tech - Training, Public Speaking, Media Coverage, Recognition
Thanks for meeting me outside of this People Analytics blog! When I started this blog, I chose one of my photographs, that presents cranes, for the main page. Cranes are a great metaphor ...
Book Cover

if you missed the sneak peek into the introduction of my book draft a couple of weeks ago, here's another opportunity. Thanks again for everybody who called me or texted me, for feedback and encouragement. It means a lot to me! This book will connect all my dots. and will offers learning and development while enjoying, just like the spirit of my blog. So, stay tuned for more samples in the coming weeks.

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