August Monthly Meeting: Is My Compensation Data an Almanac, a Novel, or a Crystal Ball presented by Bo Stults
|Date:||August 10, 2017, 11:30am|
Bay Oaks Country Club
$30 - Members, $40 - Non-Members, $20 - Students with Lunch Included, Free for Students without lunch (Speaker only)
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The development and display of HR analytics plays a critical role in addressing the challenges of containing costs, remaining competitive, all the while developing a high performing workforce. The primary road block facing most organizations today, is creating workforce analytics as well as business analytics and presenting them in a way that they have an impact on the businesses decisions. HR professionals must also ensure that the measures and the display of the data go straight to the heart of what executives need to know and align with the overall businesses strategy
Program Learning Objectives:
- Common Metrics in the HR Space
- Display of Data and Dashboard Does and Don’ts (“Pies are for Desert”)
- Moving Data from Reference, to Telling a Story, to Predicting the Future
- Alignment with the Business Strategy
- Blending HR and Business Data; Data Communication with Impact
- Example Dashboards in Current Use at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston
About our Speaker:
Bo Stults is the Asst. VP of HR Services and Process Improvement for the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Mr. Stults has 17 years of experience in the field of Human Resources, primarily in the education and health care sectors. Mr. Stults is a proven executive leader with breadth and depth of all Human Resource disciplines uniquely positioned to provide exceptional results in driving Total Rewards and Business Intelligence strategies and rigorous execution to achieve competitive advantage and improve operational alignment with organizational strategy. He is a strong believer in measurement and metrics as key drivers to fact based strategic decision making.
Mr. Stults holds a BA and an MA degree in Behavioral Science with a focus in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Houston Clear Lake. He holds the following certifications; Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), Certified Benefits Professional (CBP), Certified Employee Benefit Specialist and a Senior Human Resource Professional (SPHR).