hiQ People Analytics Podcast
About This Show
What if you had the opportunity to spend some quality time with the thought leaders and business visionaries that are transforming the HR function? With hiQ's People Analytics Podcast, now you can!
Our host - Michael Housman - brings together HR industry leaders leaders, technical experts, and data scientists to trade stories, share insights, ask tough questions, and debunk myths about the HR process.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 018: Skill Mapper - Exploring Your Organization's Hidden Talents
Feb 28, 2017
Wondering what the future of workforce planning looks like? Interested in exploring the full scope of your organization's skills? Host Matt DeSantis catches up with the folks behind hiQ Labs' latest workforce planning product, Skill Mapper, in an in-depth look at a tool that is helping to answer these questions. First, Amelia Barker, hiQ's Director of Customer Success joins the podcast to chat about her experience as an HR practitioner/consultant and the way that talent acquisition and workforce planning has changed over the past decade. Then, we take a trip back to Elevate Santa Clara to hear hiQ Co-Founder Genevieve Graves discuss the challenges that many companies currently face when trying to build workforce and succession plans. Finally, hiQ People Analytics Team member Ben Teusch joins the conversation to breakdown how (and why) such products are getting built.
Episodes of This Show
Feb 7, 2017
Jan 24, 2017
Jan 10, 2017
Dec 20, 2016
Rated 5 out of
It's like the Mount Rushmore of People Analytics
If you've ever been to a hiQ event, participated in one of their webinars, or even just followed their gurus on LinkedIn, you know two things are for certain: 1) These guys love talking about people analytics, and 2) They know what they are talking about. This podcast gives the listening insight to the theories and practices of both HR practitioners and industry thought leaders.
Michael Housman does an awesome job at hosting this semimonthly podcast, as he weaves intelligent discussion and easy to understand analysis. The guests are nothing short of phenomenal, with guests like Josh Bersin and Peter Cappelli. It's like the Mount Rushmore of People Analytics in podcast form. If you are a people analytics leader, a HR professional, a data scientist, or simply just interested in the changing face of the workforce, retention, problem solving, and analytics, favorite this podcast!
Date published: 2016-09-01