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Power of People, The: Learn How Successful Organizations Use Workforce Analytics To Improve Business Performance, 1/e by Jonathan Ferrar Nigel Guenole Sheri Feinzig

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Engage with Stakeholders

“The analytics is relatively ‘easy’ (of course, we know it’s hard, but with the right skills you can get it done). It’s the change management and positioning that’s the tricky part. Spend time on that in the beginning; start with the stakeholders.”

—Thomas RasmussenVice President, HR Data & Analytics, Shell

The workforce analytics team cannot operate in a vacuum. When the team has an initial vision and mission defined, it is essential to build on the relationships you have already formed and identify additional stakeholder relationships that you need. Stakeholders are people who have a specific interest in a project or activity, and the workforce analytics team should consider many potential stakeholders. The analytics ...

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