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CFO Insights: People analytics comes of (digital) age

Published on: Mar 09, 2017

In the Q3 2016 CFO Signals survey, 40% of surveyed finance chiefs expect to make workforce and talent analytics investments in the next three years. However, after years of investing in cloud HR platforms and specialist teams, many CHROs and business leaders, including CFOs, are not getting the results they want. In response, organizations are redesigning their technical analytics groups and solutions to better deliver real-time analytics at the point of need in the business process. Thus, people analytics, which involves using digital tools and data to measure, report, and understand employee performance, is going through a major shift. In this issue of CFO Insights, we explore the increasing need for people analytics, and why embedding such capabilities in the business can lead to greater understanding of the issues and actionable insights.

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