Littalics on Wednesday 2
Edition #28
December 9th 2020
The Winter Collection

Happy Wednesday!

This week I'd like to highlight some updates on the resources I offer. I've been working lately on my HR-Tech directory which I'll cover in my lectures in 2021. I also updated my review of Workforce AI Ethics. I offer this week another chapter in my book sample. I'm grateful to receive your feedback. Lets Talk!


Updated Resources

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 ...

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.
When I started my People Analytics blog back in 2016, I chose one of my crane's photographs for the main page header. Cranes are a great metaphor – always on a worldwide journey, with their large flocks, dynamic roles, and inter-dependencies. They are just like us, people in organizations who are on their journey to a data-driven career.

When I wrote on that header, "data makes you fly," I couldn't imagine what would follow. The story will be published shortly in this book. Its' not only about my career path and insights. It is also about HR leaders who can embrace analytics and become heroes in their organizations. Enjoy a sneak peek, and please, write me some feedback.

Tel Aviv Chapter

Do your learning opportunities in the domain of People Analytics include experience in real organization data? In my opinion, there is no substitute for such an experience. This is the essence of my mentoring programs for HR leaders and the one-on-one sessions that I offer to students in my introductory course, "The People Analytics Journey."
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Tweets and Treats

A selection of contents I liked and shared this week on Twitter
Europe is adopting stricter rules on surveillance tech

Europe is adopting stricter rules on #surveillance #tech. The goal is to make sales of technologies like #spyware and #facialrecognition more transparent in Europe first, and then worldwide.
Design of hiring algorithms can double diversity in firms

"When you incorporate exploration into the #algorithm you improve the quality of #talent and #hire more diverse candidates. Firms that continue to use static approaches in their algorithms risk missing out on quality applicants from different backgrounds."

Thoughts and Articles

I'm always happy to share and listen to diverse perspectives in expert panels, which represent the evolving conversation in our field. Here's a summary of the one in which I participated lately.

People Analytics: Transforming the HR Function

People Analytics: Transforming the HR Function - Experts Panel
A panel conversation about how People Analytics transform the HR function: Significant successes and remaining challenges, Leveraging analytics to orient business leaders in the pandemic, and more.

There is so much more in my People Analytics circle

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.


of large companies still rely on spreadsheets for business analytics*

* Deloitte survey

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Littal Shemer Haim

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