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© 2012, McBassi & Company Using Human Capital Analytics to Create Competitive Advantage Laurie Bassi October 25, 2012
© 2012, McBassi & Company The Agenda The problem & the opportunity – Evidence for convincing disbelievers Using analytics to seize the opportunity Best practices & pitfalls to avoid Creating your “TO DO” & “TO STOP” lists 2
© 2012, McBassi & Company The Problem & the Opportunity In the long-run Wall Street rewards that which it punishes in the short-run. 3
© 2012, McBassi & Company This insight has enabled us to outperform the market for nearly 11 years PLEASE NOTE: Reported portfolio performances do not include fees or expenses. S&P 500 does not include dividends. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Contact Bassi Investments for additional information. 4
© 2012, McBassi & Company Poll Question At my organization, short-termism... 1.Is not a problem 2.Is somewhat of a problem 3.Is a significant problem 4.Could prove to be fatal 5
6 Table from Boston Consulting Group/WFPMA, From Capability to Profitability: Realizing the Value of People Management (July 2012).
© 2012, McBassi & Company “Good Companies” Outperform Their Competitors 7
© 2012, McBassi & Company “Good Companies” Outperform Their Competitors 8
Biggest source of outperformance is a company’s ratings on © 2012, McBassi & Company 9
Companies That Use Human Capital Analytics Outperform
© 2012, McBassi & Company Analytics helps immunize firms against short-termism. Used wisely, it is a source of sustainable, competitive advantage. 11
© 2012, McBassi & Company Using Analytics to Seize the Opportunity
Requires a Shift in Mindset From defense to offense Asking better (more powerful) questions Questioning “accepted wisdom” Eliminating non-value added reporting (data dumps) © 2012, McBassi & Company13
© 2012, McBassi & Company Getting Beyond “Hitting the Wall in HR Measurement” 14
© 2012, McBassi & Company Measures of... Who Cares?HR efficiency HR effectiveness Business impact of human capital strategies Human capability and risk HR ●●●● Senior executives ●●● Board of directors ●● Investors ● What Measures Matter and to Whom?
© 2012, McBassi & Company Poll Question The stage of HR analytical capability that best characterizes my organization is... 1.Analytically impaired 2.Aspires to be analytical 3.Localized pockets of analytics 4.Analytical 5.Uses analytics as a source of competitive advantage 16
© 2012, McBassi & Company Four Essential Building Blocks The Economic Imperative Statistical linkage to business results Fact-based prioritized HR investment strategy Insightful, easy-to- understand reports A “smarter” employee survey 17
© 2012, McBassi & Company Example: Applied Materials’ Analysis Database Data that produces actionable Insights Turnover Financial outcomes Learning & Development Employee Engagement Survey 360 Feedback for Leaders Customer Satisfaction 18
© 2012, McBassi & Company Example – analytics drives better decisions 19
© 2012, McBassi & Company Analytics Can be Used to Drive Better Business Results & Reduce Risk What profiles (individual contributor and managerial) contribute to regrettable turnover? What does this suggest about how to optimize, hiring, training, leadership & organizational development? Which specific aspects of the management and development of people are driving/impeding sales and customer satisfaction? What changes to the performance management system would have the greatest impact on the business? How should strategies/policy/approach be modified to accommodate geographic/cultural differences? Is our investment in training generating the intended business impact? What changes to our compensation system would drive better outcomes? 20
© 2012, McBassi & Company Best Practices & Pitfalls to Avoid
Best Practices Adopt a “business intelligence mindset” Start small and build credibility – In the early stages, focus on solving immediate problems Have the end in mind and build an infrastructure to support it Collaborate with other analytic groups within your company Build/buy analytics competence with HR Enlist analytical support from other analytics groups within the company Provide the right level of executive leadership support Engage a leader who has an analytics understanding, passion, and interest 22© 2012, McBassi & Company
Pitfalls to Avoid Using analytics to “prove HR’s worth” Assigning this mission to a lower level technician Confusing: – Data dumps with insight – Benchmarking with analytics Rushing the process Allowing the perfect to become the enemy of the good 23© 2012, McBassi & Company
So…What Should You Add to Your… TO DO list TO STOP list 24© 2012, McBassi & Company
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