On-Demand Webinar

The Do’s and Don’ts of People Analytics

Join our experts as they share best practices and practical advice gleaned from helping hundreds of clients succeed with people analytics.

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About the webinar

The most common question about people analytics is “Where do we start?” Explore the do’s and don’ts with our expert guests, who have helped hundreds of clients in Fortune 100 companies get started with people analytics.

Why attend?

  • Learn how people analytics is transforming HR’s relationship with the business.
  • Get an outline of a typical approach for success with people analytics.
  • Discover the highest-value, lowest-effort method for successful implementation and a framework for determining readiness.
  • Hear best practices gleaned from the 4 percent of companies succeeding with people analytics today.

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About the Experts

Blake Sheldon, Solutions Architect, SAS

Blake Sheldon’s career in HR began as an HR strategy consultant. Later he worked within the SAS HR department learning applied workforce analytics. After receiving his MBA with a focus on decision analytics, he now consults with HR departments, helping them transform their role in the organization to become a strategic analytics partner.

Larry Hall, Director of Analytics and HR Analytics Practice Lead, Pegasus Knowledge Solutions Inc.

Larry Hall is Practice Lead and Evangelist for the application of advanced analytics in HR at PKSI. He has spent a career in the technology industry as a user, developer and promoter of advanced technology solutions to help address companies’ key business challenges. Currently, Larry serves as the Practice Lead and HR Analytics Specialist at PKSI.

PKSI was founded in 1997 to help companies apply state-of-the-art advanced analytics technologies, including AI and machine learning, as a means of reducing costs, increasing revenue and improving competitive position.