Aspired People Analysts often ask about competencies, challenges, tasks, and tools in this profession. I was privileged to discuss these topics with a colleague who holds one of the most desired roles.
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 experience with AI, business insights and ethics.
Professional experts are people you would always want to learn from and be inspired by them. I have the honor to host a colleague who fits this definition, and I’m happy to refer to his open-source contribution.
A valuable part of my tailwind comes from my global community of experts who dedicate their career to help executives and managers, especially in the domain of HR, to become more data-driven. Here’s an interview with one of my data heroes, that her opinions resonate with my own.
Most case studies that we encounter represent mature stages. However, most new players in this rising profession struggle completely different challenges. On-boarding of People Analytics Leaders are fascinating and worth following. Here’s one example.
This interview with HR manager, in a fireside chat during a People Analytics class, offers an introspective approach to a joint journey, as a mentee and mentor: the motives, the obstacles, the quick win, the team participation, and more.