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In this series, David Green will be speaking to a range of senior HR leaders who are pushing a data-driven and digital HR agenda. There is an increasing need for HR professionals to become more digitally and numerically literate – to acquire the skills necessary to process, produce and leverage digital information to create business value. You'll hear from people leaders who are driving transformation in their organisations on how HR can prepare for the future and what HR leaders need to do ...
 
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The guest on this week’s episode of the podcast is Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer at VaynerMedia. In our conversation, Claude and I discuss: How the role of Chief Heart Officer emerged and how it has evolved Claude’s close working relationship with Gary Vaynerchuk, the CEO and how together, they seamlessly merge a people perspective with Vayner…
 
The guests on this week’s special bonus episode are Arianna Huffington, CEO and Founder of Thrive Global and Donna Morris, Chief People Officer at Walmart. In our conversation, we discuss how the pandemic has thrust the human resources function centre stage, and how HR has thrived during this difficult time in organisations where the function is we…
 
To build sustainable success in people analytics, you need a few key ingredients. Let's look at three. First, align the work of the people analytics team to the business strategy and priorities. Second in parallel, be intentional about building analytical capability across the wider HR function and third, get the sponsorship from the Chief Human Re…
 
My guest on this week's episode of the podcast is Karen Powell, Chief Talent and Learning Officer at IQVIA. Karen emphasises that talent marketplace goes far beyond being a technology solution, instead it is a far broader cultural shift that permeates across the organisation and enables a whole new way of thinking about talent. In our conversation,…
 
My guest on this week's episode of the podcast is Ruslan Tovbulatov, who first saw how HR and people analytics could be a strategic enabler of innovation, during his time at Google. This inspired Ruslan to pivot towards the HR tech field, first by joining Arianna Huffington at Thrive Global, where he worked in senior product and marketing roles for…
 
When the CEO cites the internal talent marketplace you have helped to create, as a major contributor to revenue during the company's quarterly earnings call, you know you have achieved something pretty special. That is what happened to my guest for this week's episode of The Digital HR Leaders Podcast. Jeroen Wels is the Executive Vice President of…
 
My guest on this week’s episode is Ina Gantcheva, a Principle in Deloitte’s Human Capital Practice and a leading authority on talent marketplace. In Ina’s words, talent marketplace has the potential to change the way organisations think about three fundamentals. One, work, by fractionalising work for increased efficiency. Second, the workforce, by …
 
Welcome to the final episode of series eleven of The Digital HR Leaders podcast. I first met today's podcast guest nearly four years ago, just before he embarked on his current role. I was hugely impressed. His background as an economist, his focus on delivering value and his sheer passion for the possibilities afforded by people analytics meant, I…
 
The nature of work and workplaces was already changing, but the pandemic has fast-forwarded many aspects of the future of work. Today's guest is Ethan Bernstein, who is an Associate Professor in the Organisational Behaviour Unit at The Harvard Business School. He teaches the second year MBA course in managing human capital, the Harvard Business Sch…
 
My guest on this week’s episode is Wagner Denuzzo, who has a wonderful job title of Head of Capabilities for Future of Work, where he is leading the effort to design the organisation of the future at Prudential Financial. Wagner’s team is responsible for organisational design and capabilities and he is overseeing the development of an extraordinary…
 
Welcome to episode two of series 11 of The Digital HR Leaders podcast. According to the latest Future of Jobs report from The World Economic Forum, by 2025 50% of all employees will need to be re-skilled. Moreover also by 2025, the same research predicts that 97 million new jobs will emerge and 85 million will be displaced by a shift in labour betw…
 
Welcome to the first episode of series 11 of The Digital HR Leaders podcast. As I wrote in my annual list of HR predictions for 2021, which we covered on last week's episode, the pandemic has thrust the Human Resources function into the spotlight. All eyes are on HR. Some have likened the pivotal role the CHRO is playing in this crisis to that play…
 
This is a special bonus episode to kick off the podcast for 2021. In 2020, we learnt that the field of Human Resources is even more important than we thought it was, that People Analytics can save lives and that humans and the organisations they work for can adapt quickly in times of crises. What do the events of 2020 mean for HR though, as we set …
 
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic HR functions with People Analytics Teams have been pivotal in co-ordinating and leading responses to the crisis in companies all around the world. Well, one such company is Indian multi national giant Wipro, which found it had to suddenly contend with 150,000 remote workers in India alone. My guest on this w…
 
There should be little doubt that human capital is a firm's greatest asset, however, this isn't enough. Organisations must also ensure that individuals are relationally positioned for success. In other words, bringing in the best people is only part of the solution. Firms must also bring out the best in people and that requires us to more intention…
 
My guest on this episode of the podcast is Daniel West. His 20 years of experience in HR Leadership roles at data-driven companies like Uber and Apple have taught him how analytics can drive business performance, improve customer outcomes and enrich employee experience and culture. Daniel is now the founder and CEO of Panalyt and the technology his…
 
We are in the midst of the biggest global pandemic for a century, combine that with social unrest, an economic crisis, and at the same time, rapid business transformation, then the role of the HR function has never been so important. One company where HR has really come to the fore during the crisis is Bayer. My guest on this episode of the podcast…
 
When I was in Singapore a couple of years ago I had the pleasure of visiting Grab, one of Southeast Asia's largest and most innovative technology companies and spending time with the guest on this week’s episode, Head of People Operations, Chin Yin Ong and some of her talented team. With a background in sales and marketing, a psychology degree and …
 
In the last episode of this series, my guest is Vidya Krishnan, Chief Learning Officer and Global Head of Learning and Development at Ericsson, who is at the cutting edge of driving a culture where learning is a habit that matters. When we were planning this episode Vidya and I quickly realised we had a mutual passion for people data and analytics.…
 
In this episode of the podcast my guest is Simon Brown, Chief Learning Officer at Novartis, a company that is really setting the pace around the whole learning and skills agenda. Simon believes that curiosity is the greatest driver of value in the digital age and as well as being co-author of a fascinating new book, The Curious Advantage, Simon and…
 
In this episode of the podcast, my guest is Kat Kennedy, the Chief Experience Officer of Degreed, where she has overall responsibility for product and technology. Kat was employee number three at Degreed and since she joined in 2012, the company has enjoyed phenomenal growth and created an entire new category in the HR technology market with its le…
 
In this episode of the podcast, my guest is Gianpiero Petriglieri, who is the Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, and an expert on leadership and learning in the workplace. Gianpiero has chaired The World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on new models of leadership and is listed among the 50 most influential management …
 
The guest on this week’s podcast is Lynda Gratton. Lynda is a Professor of Management Practice at The London Business School where she directs Human Resource Strategy in transforming companies, which is considered one of the world's leading programs on Human Resources. Lynda is also the founder of HSM, the research consultancy and has written exten…
 
We’re kicking off an exciting autumn season of the Digital HR Leaders podcast today with a special bonus episode featuring Diane Gherson, discussing how IBM has infused AI and analytics into HR. During her time as CHRO, Diane led the redesign of all aspects of IBM’s people agenda and management systems to shape a culture of continuous learning, inn…
 
Welcome to the fifth of our series of summer special episodes of The Digital HR Leaders Podcast that collectively provide an outside in perspective on HR. People Analytics is the fastest growing part of HR and prior to the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, was named by HR practitioners themselves as one of four trends in LinkedIn's annual global ta…
 
Welcome to the fourth of our series of summer special episodes of The Digital HR Leaders Podcast that collectively provide an outside in perspective on HR. In many respects the COVID-19 pandemic is essentially a people crisis and it has been heartening to witness that many organisations we work with at Insight222 have put the safety and wellness of…
 
Welcome to the third of our series of summer special episodes of The Digital HR Leaders Podcast, providing an outside in perspective on HR. The brutal killing of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police on May the 25th has unleashed a sustained and unparalleled wave of protests around the world. This terrible incident highlighted once ag…
 
The COVID-19 crisis is testing our political leaders like they have never been tested before. Leaders who appear to score high on narcissism and low on empathy are failing dismally. It is interesting that those political leaders, especially female leaders, who combine competence, transparency and empathy and are using data and science to inform the…
 
I can't think of a better way of starting this series of summer specials that are providing an outside-in perspective on HR, than by taking a closer examination of the concept of psychological safety. In the workplace, psychological safety is the belief that the environment is safe for interpersonal risk taking. People feel able to speak up when ne…
 
To celebrate the one year anniversary of this podcast and over 100,000 listens, we thought we would do something different. The team managed to persuade me to record a special role reversal episode of the podcast with me in the hot seat and the show’s co-creator Ian, firing the questions that some of you, including one of our previous guests Dave U…
 
The guest on this week’s podcast is Jeremy Shapiro, the Executive Director for Workforce Analytics at Merck. Jeremy is rightly considered as one of the most highly regarded and influential leaders in our field, and co-authored one of the first articles I ever read on People Analytics, the seminal Competing with Talent Analytics, which he co-wrote w…
 
COVID-19 is changing our world irrevocably. First and foremost it is a health crisis, people are getting sick, families are losing loved ones and the virus is going to be with us for the foreseeable future. In the words of this week's guest, Coronavirus might also be the great catalyst for business transformation. What previously was expected to de…
 
This week's guest on the podcast is Thomas Rasmussen, one of the most respected and pre-eminent People Analytics leaders in the world. Thomas has built and led People Analytics teams at A.P Moller-Maersk, Shell and now National Australia Bank where he has responsibility for employee experience, digital, HR strategy as well as People Analytics. In h…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the changes to the Future of Work. Many of the trends we expected to develop over the next year have come to pass quicker than expected. CHROs, as a recent article in the economist highlights, are at the fulcrum of an organisation's response to the crisis just as the CFO was in the global financial crisis. Inde…
 
Welcome to a special episode of the Digital HR Leaders podcast. It features a panel discussion, which took place at the PAFOW conference in San Francisco. One of the bitter sweet aspects of the COVID-19 crises is that People Analytics has become even more important. In a recent article in the Economist, which compared the role of the Chief People O…
 
Unicorn startups are brilliant, but let's be honest, very few of us will become, found or work for one. Many people listening today will work for large companies struggling to keep themselves relevant for the ever changing customer. A handful of these companies are very good at reinvention. My guest on this week’s podcast is Peter Hinssen, and he c…
 
What do business leaders want from HR? How is this changing as the fourth industrial revolution unfurls? How can business leaders and HR work together to create the right culture that drives business success as well as a highly engaged and motivated workforce? Who better to ask than a successful business leader themselves? Our guest on The Digital …
 
The field of people analytics has made significant progress in the last five years and was recently recognised by LinkedIn in its global talent trend report as one of four key trends reshaping the way organisations recruit and retain its people. Whilst people analytics has travelled far it still has a long way to go. Challenges abound on topics lik…
 
The guest on this week's podcast is Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic. Cole honed her skills in Google's fabled people analytics team and now helps people and organisations become better at storytelling with data, making sense of data, and weaving them into compelling stories that drive action. Many people I speak to in our field tell me that storytelling is…
 
If the main purpose of people analytics is to improve business outcomes through improved decisions about people, who better to lead people analytics than someone who spent most of their career as a business leader? My guest on this week's podcast is just such a person. He is Piyush Mathur, the Global Head of Workforce Analytics, Data Strategy and G…
 
HR doesn't just need to do digital, it needs to be digital, it simply has to. Put another way, HR must become more digital and analytical to deliver greater business value. This episode is a break from our usual format. It features a panel discussion which took place at the recent People Analytics and Future of Work conference in San Francisco. The…
 
The case for diversity and inclusion in the workplace is compelling not just because it is the right thing to do, but because numerous studies suggest it can drive better business performance too. An increasing number of territories are also introducing legislation that requires companies to publish diversity statistics, but how do you shift from a…
 
The perennial challenge organisations face of matching the right people with the right roles is becoming even more complex in the age of AI, analytics and automation. In parallel an increasing number of companies are turning to a new generation of assessment tools, harnessing AI, gamification and data science. Not just for hiring but to support are…
 
The case for diversity and inclusion in the workplace is compelling, not just because it is the right thing to do, but because numerous studies suggest it can drive better business performance too. It is disappointing therefore, that progress as confirmed by McKinsey's women in the workplace 2019 study remains slow, not just in gender, but in all a…
 
Our memory can lead us astray in an astonishing number of ways, including by causing us to remember things we think we've done, but actually haven't. My guest on today's episode of the podcast, is Dr. Julia Shaw. The psychologist, honorary research associate at University College London, author of two fascinating books, the memory illusion and evil…
 
We in HR have heard it all. We are slow. We focus too much on the tactical. We can't think strategically. We are all about risk management. We get in the way of progress. We can't be analytical. We need to be broken into two or even blown up, not my words, but those of my guest for this episode Stela Lupushor. Like me, Stela believes that we are at…
 
Employee experience is pretty much the biggest topic in HR and it's set to get even bigger in 2020 so to kick off the Digital HR Leaders podcast this year, we thought we'd start with a special episode on how to scale employee experience. Our guest, Volker Jacobs is the co-founder and CEO of TI people, and he is one of the world's leading authoritie…
 
The role HR plays in a successful business transformation is significant and increasingly important. On this week’s podcast, we are joined by Julie Digby who has led several successful integrations and transformations at Mars, including a two-year project which saw a merger of Mars and Wrigley. What struck me most from our conversation is the key t…
 
One of the fastest growing areas of people analytics and one that garners a lot of interest from practitioners is organisational network analysis or ONA, which could provide a fresh lens on how work really gets done in an organisation. The challenge for companies wanting to deploy ONA is to identify the right use case or business problem beyond the…
 
Our guest this week is Rupert Morrison. A native New Zealander and rugby fanatic who grew up on a sheep farm, but off the field, Rupert is leading the way in data-driven organisational planning as CEO of OrgVue. It was in Rupert's years as a management consultant, frustrated by the many tedious hours spent building models in PowerPoint and Excel th…
 
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