Programme

from 8.30

Doors Open

9:00 to 09:10

Welcome

Christa Stienen

Christa Stienen

Vice President
BPM e.V.
09:10 to 09:55
Keynote

People analytics is a trending topic in HRM, but many companies struggle with its implementation. Torsten Biemann discusses in his keynote opportunities and limits of this data-driven, evidence-based approach and gives examples of successful implementation. Furthermore, he addresses how existing scientific evidence can complement statistical analyses in people analytics and thereby improve management decisions.
Prof. Dr. Torsten Biemann

Prof. Dr. Torsten Biemann

Chair of Business Administration
University of Mannheim
10:00 to 10:30

Coffee Break

Module I - FEAR NOT!

10:30 to 11:10
Spotlight

HR analytics is a game changer for HR, sure! But from 25 May 2018 a new data protection regime applies: the GDPR. And there is no exemption for HR analytics. You will need to comply or pay fines up to EUR 20 m. We will tell you how to tackle data protection impact assessments (DPIA), privacy notices or consent forms under the GDPR.
Catharina Glugla

Catharina Glugla

Associate
Allen & Overy LLP
11:10 to 11:50
Best Case

Many People Analytics projects start with data. Bosch goes another way. Together with business leaders the Project Team identified the most relevant issues they are facing. The team is running the project with design-thinking approaches, focusing on an end user and not a data perspective. Join us to see how this works!
11:50 to 12:30
Best Case

Gain insights into the global People Analytics journey of the Nestle Group and how the function evolved from operational HR reporting to becoming a strategic advisor to Senior Management enabling better and data driven decision making.

Learn how Nestle set up their current People Analytics portfolio to support the HR function and the business through strategic workforce planning, strategic HR KPIs, Descriptive and Predictive Analytics, closing with on outlook on how new technologies such as AI and Automation could impact People Analytics and HR.

Ralf Büchsenschuss

Ralf Büchsenschuss

Global HR Manager, People Analytics
Nestlé
12:30 to 13:30

Lunch

13:30 to 15:00

Break Out Session

Interaction

Let‘s take a look at the statistics behind a People Analytics use case. In this workshop, we follow a hands-on approach to demonstrate when and how to use the appropriate method. Rest assured, you do not have to be a statistics expert- rather, we aim to understand the intuition behind the statistics and examine the plausibility of analytic-driven results with the real world case.
Dr. Melanie Baier

Dr. Melanie Baier

Research Associate
Quadriga University of Applied Sciences
Interaction

You will learn, which of your data is useful, what’s important regarding data protection and how tools and methods can lead to fast results. You will also experience real client examples and best practices from different companies in the areas of recruiting, talent management and strategic workforce planning.
Christian Vetter

Christian Vetter

Managing Director & Co-Founder
HR forecast
Interaction

Keeping talent from leaving your firm is the most underestimated HR value-driver in the “war for talents”. Based on two customer success stories, you learn how people analytics provides HR, C-levels, and leadership personnel with strategic insights for employee retention. You will acquire hands-on knowledge of how to start with people analytics, identify relevant business questions, deliver key-drivers of employee retention, and foster an analytical culture throughout
Daniel Mühlbauer

Daniel Mühlbauer

Managing Director
function(HR)
15:00 to 15:30

Cake & Coffee Break

Module II - HOW TO BEGIN WITH...

15:30 to 16:10
Spotlight

People analytics is gaining special interest these days. HR leaders in all kinds of organizations start to prepare their plan for 2018, and many of them finally set the major goal: Use people data to support business decisions. However, they share a common barrier, which is embedded in the simplest question: How should I start? Littal equips you with useful tips and plenty of first step advices to start your People Analytics journey.
Littal Shemer Haim

Littal Shemer Haim

People Analytics Consultant & HR Data Strategist
16:10 to 16:50
Best Case

It‘s likely you already have the information you need at your fingertips to make better informed hiring decisions, or to understand why employees leave and what can be done about this. Maybe this is part of the problem: too much information and not knowing where to begin. In this talk, Chris will take you through the practical steps you can take to help kick start your People Analytics journey.
Chris Brown

Chris Brown

Director Employee Experience
N26
17:00 to 18:30
Interaction

In this session, we create use cases in groups for recruiting, workforce planning & employee retention using an example.
Thomas Faust

Thomas Faust

Senior Manager
Deloitte Consulting
18:35 to 18:45

Sum Up

Christa Stienen

Christa Stienen

Vice President
BPM e.V.
from 19:00

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