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A Case for Six Sigma and Analytics in HR

Posted by Pallas Athena Elacio on Wednesday, May 10, 2017,

Mention Six Sigma and words such as, quality, cleanliness, perfection, robust, repeatable, mechanical come to mind. And much as it has become a “go to” tool for improvement in almost several departments such as Finance and Manufacturing, seldom has it been practiced in HR. The connotation is because HR involves non-tangible elements such as Communication, Employee Relations, Succession Planning, Hiring and Conflict Management  that at first glance do not seem to directly ...


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Time to revisit HR analytics

Posted by HR Analytics on Monday, November 3, 2014, In : Data 
The "big data" and/or "analytics" buzz have been around for a while now and have clearly made a major impact on many things.  However, in HR, I'm not entirely sure what kind of impact it has made. On some level, I think the big data buzz, at least, pushed HR to be more strategic and to think more strategically.  With the increased emphasis on data brought on by the big data movement, it led many, including HR to be analytical and to use data and evidence to make informed decisions and develop...
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Strategic Workforce Planning

Posted by HR Analytics on Monday, April 21, 2014,
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Workforce planning is something that many organizations are doing. Some are doing it in systematic ways while some do it in not so systematic ways. Above is a diagram that illustrates a strategic workforce planning that has incorporated some of the common and basic elements of a workforce planning.  Workforce planning is future-oriented and so the steps you do today are all geared towards what you would like to accomplish in the future.  You're planning for the sce...

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