Workforce strategy and people analytics are “absolutely complimentary,” according to Aon’s Director of People Analytics, Neil Shastri. Strategic workforce planning isn’t going anywhere, which makes the need for core skills among people as important as ever: teamwork, learning comprehension and long-term planning ability, for example.
As the rate of change in the workplace picks up, each shift makes workforce planning even more relevant to all employees that contribute to business success. Organizations and their people must be ready to adopt new processes and best practices, especially among the rise of digital transformation, new technology and bucket loads of data.
Join Shastri and his partner, Aon’s People Analytics Practice Leader, Ranjan Dutta, to learn about building workforce planning capabilities, how new tech can (and should) help the process, and what matters most in using strategic workforce planning and people analytics to leverage data.