Gold Mines and Land Mines Along the Journey
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Predictive HCM is a set of workforce-related programs and activities where technology-enablement has evolved faster and further than anyone could have imagined only a few years ago. Initially used to predict job fit and flight risk, predictive HCM use cases have now exploded, driven by the notion that combining analytics frameworks, big data and algorithms can address long-standing HCM challenges. As investment levels from vendors and customers continue to rise, so has the awareness that risks must also be accounted for -- or resulting decisions and actions can easily be off-target.
Ventana Research’s HCM practice leader and Vice President Steve Goldberg, who has operated across the HCM spectrum for more than 30 years, illuminates the type of benefits businesses can expect from Predictive HCM. Steve highlights the corresponding risks to be out in front of, some more obvious than others.
This webinar covers:
- Ways to maximize the impact of predictive HCM in your organization
- Strategies to guide you in prioritizing predictive HCM to align with business goals
- Key change management considerations for a predictive HCM journey
- How predictive HCM can extend the value of your HRMS and talent management platforms
- Key criteria in choosing among relevant HCM vendors to partner with
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About the Speaker
VP & Research Director of Human Capital Management Research
Steve is responsible for the Human Capital Management (HCM) research and advisory services practice. Steve's uniquely diverse HCM experience spans over 30 years, including HR process and HCM systems practitioner leadership roles, heading up product strategy for one of the most respected HCM application vendors, and operating his own global advisory practice. Prior to joining Ventana Research, Steve worked as a corporate VP in HR at UBS/Swiss Bank Corporation and Huizenga Holdings, product strategy leader at PeopleSoft and Unicru, and was also VP and Research Director at Bersin & Associates. Over 35,000 HR professionals and business executives have been informed by one of Steve's presentations on HCM, or have read his published work. Steve holds an MBA in Human Resource Management from University of Buffalo School of Management and a BBA in Industrial Psychology from The City University of New York.