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Four Keys to Successfully Adopting Workforce Intelligence Shared in Harvard Business Review Analytics Services Report

Results of study of Healthcare Providers provide lessons for enabling data-driven HR

Visier, the leader in Workforce Intelligence, today shared the release of a new Harvard Business Review Analytic Services (HBR-AS) report, Spearheading HR Transformation with Workforce Intelligence: Lessons from the Healthcare Industry, which was sponsored by Visier. The report, based on interviews by HBR-AS with HR practitioners at US Healthcare Providers, details four keys to success for any organization that wants to adopt workforce intelligence to make workforce decisions that drive better business outcomes. “‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’ is an expression HR leaders at healthcare provider organizations understand well,” says John Schwarz, CEO and Founder, Visier. “Healthcare providers are facing the need for dramatic HR transformations, brought on by healthcare reform, an aging workforce, and the shortage of skilled human resources. Successful and effective transformations require deep insight into the demographics, flexibility, and engagement of employees at all levels of the organization. Without such insight, critical people decisions are based on guesses.” Read John Schwarz’s blog post, Why Workforce Intelligence Is Essential to HR Transformation: A Healthcare Perspective. For this report, HBR-AS interviewed HR practitioners at US healthcare providers, as well as industry experts, to find out what drives healthcare providers to pursue workforce intelligence and how they are advancing. Their experiences offer four lessons for any organization that wants to adopt workforce intelligence platforms to make workforce decisions better aligned with business outcomes:

  • Seize on a compelling business need

  • Cultivate executive support

  • Demonstrate the value

  • Start small but aim big

“One of our study’s key findings was that each HR organization that had successfully adopted workforce intelligence has a CHRO who is trusted by C-suite colleagues as a true business partner and who was able to make the case for a data-driven decision approach to other top executives,” says Alex Clemente, managing director of Harvard Business Review Analytic Services. This report is the fourth in a series of studies performed by HBR-AS:

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Visier’s purpose is to help people see the truth and create a better future—now. Visier was founded to focus on what matters to business people: answering the right questions, even the ones a person might not know to ask. Questions that shape business strategy, provide the impetus for taking action, and drive better business results. Visier delivers fast, clear people insight by using all the available people data—regardless of source. With best-practice expertise built-in, decision-makers can confidently take action. Thanks to our amazing customers, Visier is the market leader in Workforce Analytics with 5,000 customers in 75 countries around the world. For more information, visit http://www.visier.com. Media Contact: Joseph Martorano 415.321.1865 visier(at)sparkpr(dot)com

About Visier

Visier is the recognized global leader in people analytics and on-demand answers for people-powered business. Founded in 2010 by the pioneers of business intelligence, Visier focuses on what matters to business leaders: answering the right questions, even the ones a person might not know to ask. The right questions that shape business strategy, provide the impetus for taking action, and drive better business outcomes through workforce optimization.

Headquartered in Vancouver, B.C., with offices and team members worldwide, Visier has 15,000 customers in 75 countries around the world, including enterprises like Adobe, BASF, Bridgestone, Electronic Arts, McKesson, Merck KGaA, Uber, and more.

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