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LAS VEGAS – Oct.
7, 2013 -- Bersin by Deloitte, a leading research and advisory firm
empowering Human Resource (HR) organizations to drive bottom-line impact, today
announced new tools to enable corporate talent analytics capability and new
research that shows companies with high-impact talent analytics realize
improved financial, leadership, and recruiting performance. The findings and
related tools appear in Bersin by Deloitte’s new research report, High-Impact
Talent Analytics: Building a World-Class Measurement and Analytics Function, unveiled today at the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Summarized in a
complimentary WhatWorks® market brief, this Bersin by Deloitte research shows
how organizations can drive bottom-line impact through talent analytics. The
research shows that stock prices of organizations with high-impact talent
analytics – those at the highest level of the new Bersin by Deloitte talent
analytics maturity model -- outpaced those of the Standard & Poor’s 500 by
30 percent in 2010-2013. Now available to WhatWorks® members via
BersinInsights™, the personalized and integrated member information platform,
the research includes a new set of diagnostic tools, education and benchmarking
Big Data have attracted outsized attention in the marketplace, but the reality
is that most human resources organizations fall well short of mastering these
capabilities,” said Josh Bersin, principal, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte
Consulting LLP. “Just 14 percent of organizations in our study use advanced or
predictive analytics to solve talent challenges and to plan their future
The Bersin by
Deloitte research, involving 435 U.S. and Canadian organizations and
qualitative interviews with dozens of HR and analytics leaders, identified
several factors associated with a mature organization’s analytics function,
including the skill sets of the team; data quality, the ability to “tell the
story” behind the data so business leaders grasp the implications; dashboard
capabilities; and the culture of the organization.
shows that organizations with sophisticated talent analytics functions see improvements
in recruiting, leadership pipelines and talent mobility,” said Karen
O’Leonard, lead analyst, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP. “Building
capability in this area has become a critical priority for business and HR
leaders; and will likely differentiate high-performing organizations in the
Register to join
Karen O’Leonard and Josh Bersin in their online webinar “Driving to World-ClassTalent Analytics,” 2:00 p.m. ET/18:00 GMT October 31 and to hear more about how
HR organizations can master capabilities for greater effectiveness.
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