SHRMSTL January 27, 2021 Virtual Meeting
Presenting HR Data with Impact
Senior HR Industry Analyst
You have now learned about updating and modernizing your HR dashboard, now it's time to present your data with impact. In part three of the series, we will be concluding how to leverage this information by presenting it in a way that makes sense and can be used for crucial decision-making going into the post-pandemic era.
Human Resource professionals have been fighting to increase their influence in the corporate boardroom for decades now. Finally, we are seeing those efforts pay off, with a higher representation than ever before. Publicly traded corporations even have the new revisions to SEC Regulation SK bolstering the need for HR participation at the highest levels of executive review and disclosure.
Now that we've "arrived" in the boardrooms and executive planning sessions, how do we contribute meaningfully and press the case for ongoing involvement? For most organizations, this boils down to data - these companies are data-driven and need top HR executives to produce not just relevant, "bullet-proof" data, but also present it in a compelling way that makes their case. This principle pervades all of HR's domains - from compensation planning to benefit program management, to attracting and retaining top talent, and now, to workforce management responses to the coronavirus pandemic.
In this session, you will learn:
- How different key executives react to different forms of data presentation
- Integrated systems as the key to reliable, trustworthy data
- The best techniques for turning raw data into decisional information
About Our Speaker
Bob Greene currently serves as Senior HR Industry Analyst at Ascentis. Bob's 40 years in the human capital management industry have been spent in practitioner, consultant and vendor/partner roles. As practitioner, he managed payroll for a 5,000-person bank in New Jersey. As consultant, he spent eight years advising customers in HRMS, and payroll and benefits system design as well as acquisition strategies. Bob also build a strategic HCM advisory practice for Xcelicor (later acquired by Deloitte Consulting).
As vendor/partner, he has had prominent roles in sales support, marketing and product management at several companies and currently Ascentis. Bob has been a Contributing Editor for IHRIM's Workforce Solutions Review journal for the past eight years, and in 2020 was the Co-Managing Editor. His experience also includes two years as Adjunct Lecturer in HRIS at Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois. In addition to his 40 years of experience, Bob also holds a BA in English from Rutgers University.
8:00 am - 9:00 am Presentation
9:00 am - 9:15 am Q&A
SHRM St. Louis Chapter Members - Included in Dues
Non-Chapter Members - $25
$0.00 Member Registration
$25.00 Non-Member Registration