Section 1: HR metrics and analytics in the HRM profession
1. Evolution of the HRM profession
2. Integrated reporting and analytics
3. The role of HR technology in analytics
4. The HR measurement process
Section 2: Selecting HR metrics
5. HR metrics measuring HRM contribution
6. HR metrics to support line management
7. HR metrics and business strategy
Section 3: The HR measurement cycle
8. Determining business needs and problem identification
9. Collecting and preparing data
10. Examining data using descriptive statistics
11. Interpreting data and verifying interpretations using inferential statistics
12. Presenting findings and obtaining feedback
Section 4: Global and future trends in people analytics
13. Global trends and the approach to people management and analytics
14. Future trends in HR and people analytics capabilities
Section 5: HR measurement in practice
15. Turning Learning into Action: Applying the HR measurement cycle to improve learning transfer
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