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.
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.
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.
A retrospective glance into this blog archive reveals that although productivity was mentioned in many articles, some questions are still hung out there, about methods and tools, factors, resources, tech solutions and ethics.
I want to help organizations to evaluate AI concerning Ethics, or metaphorically, to assist them in knowing how to interview AI, just as they know how to interview their candidates and employees. I’m creating a comprehensive resource list that will be updated monthly.
My People Analytics and HR-Tech reading list on Kindle includes +30 items! Find here inspiration, practical guidance, validation for practices, new ideas and innovative tools, an “open door” to a professional community.
HR people can overcome their analytics barriers when they exercise. Online courses do offer a lot of exercise. However, only when HR people practice with real data, their own organizational data, they can bypass the obstacles.