What do the numbers say about your talent strategy? There is no doubt that we operate in an increasingly data-driven society. Data and analytics skills are highly desirable and becoming the norm on job ads.
Analytics is also increasingly playing an important role in organizations’ recruitment and talent strategies. Considering the cost of hiring mistakes and the need to hire the right people to help your organization thrive, relying solely on your gut feeling just doesn’t cut it anymore.
Why the increased focus on analytics in recruiting?
“The exciting potential behind talent analytics is that it has fueled the science side of power recruiting and hiring – using data, metrics, and analytics to understand who you should be sourcing and from where, for example, instead of making decisions solely on gut instinct,” says Frank Moreno on Talent Management and HR.
There are countless ways companies can use advanced analytics to refine talent management. Some of the ways metrics can be used include:
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Bruce co-founded IQ PARTNERS in 2001 and currently operates as Managing Partner. His personal background includes hands-on management experience in sales, marketing and marketing services. He has built management teams for a wide variety of marketing, communications, media and technology companies. He has also participated in several M&A transactions for service-based companies and is frequently called upon as a resource in the planning and negotiation of such deals.