The Analytics Advantage Podcast gives you smart, new perspectives on analytics strategy, technology, and innovation.
Reimagine sustainable fashion with analytics
As a part Oracle Analytics’ initiative to help companies develop an analytics-driven culture, we are talking to a series of industry experts on some of the trends, challenges and the solution for it. In this episode, we talk with Barbara Cimmino, Head of Corporate Social responsibility at Yamamay, an Italy-based producer and distributor of beautiful, sustainably produced apparel. Barbara discusses Yamamay's vision of sustainability at the forefront of their business goals and how they are reaching their objectives with Oracle Analytics.
People to Profit Analytics – the what, why and how - Ep 6 of 6
In Episode # 6 of the People Analytics Advantage series, your host, Chitra Shastri, will be conversing with Trevor Broman HR Director of Technology and Analytics, Arconic, about his analytics journey and his choice of Fusion Analytics (or FAW) as a success factor. People Analytics can be the strategic catalyst to drive higher performance and profitability for an organization. It has evolved to a stage where people leaders can self-serve and start their own journey with analytics with less reliance on IT. How to use People Analytics to your advantage? How to create a diverse, inclusive and equitable environment? How to offer the employee experience that makes your high performers choose to work with you? Find out more about Arconic’s people to profit journey in this episode with Trevor Broman and Manisha Gupta.
Invest in your employees with Learning Analytics - Ep 5 of 6
In Episode 5 of The People Analytics Advantage series, we are having an in-depth discussion about Learning Anaytics. In today’s economy, learning has become the focal point of hiring discussions because it signals that the employer values their people and is actively investing in their success. So has Learning Analytics. With more and more people leaders and Chief Learning Officers opting for a data-driven approach, Learning Analytics is becoming a much-needed requirement especially if it can link learning content to employees’ skill, performance, and goals, paving for a more thoughtful and analytic-driven career mobility. Find out more in this podcast hosted by Chitra Shastri along with Oracle’s very own Manisha Gupta VP Product, HCM Analytics.
Payroll in People Analytics – good, bad and challenges - Ep 4 of 6
Episode 4 of The People Analytics Advantage series features an in-depth discussion about Payroll Analytics with Oracle’s Lewis Thompson, Group Vice President, Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud, and Manisha Gupta, VP of Product, HCM Analytics. Payroll analytics is not just for the income or balance sheet. It can help analyze the cost of keeping a workforce healthy, motivated, and rested. And it’s all worth it if the workforce delivers.The ability to access and analyze payroll information can help in identifying those invisible, difficult-to-measure workforce trends, including those as obscure and as burnout, thus paving the way for running a lean and effective business. Hosted by Chitra Shastri, Oracle Analytics Product Marketing.
Productize Diversity and Inclusion as a framework - Ep 3 of 6
In Episode 3 of The People Analytics Advantage series, we are focusing exclusively on Diversity and Inclusion or D&I. D&I is not just a standalone program. It’s a framework that needs to be plugged into every facet of your HCM application including talent acquisition and management, absences, compensation and payroll and so forth. and weaved into analytics, thus providing a solid foundation for your organization’s HR strategy and execution. Find out more in this podcast hosted by Chitra Shastri with Oracle’s Manisha Gupta and Synlait’s Andrew Dennan.
Extend People Analytics with Relationship Intelligence - Ep 2 of 6
Episode 2 of The People Analytics Advantage series is all about Relationship Intelligence. We learnt in the previous episode that People Analytics is about building, scaling, and strengthening the key facet of your organization – your people. For building the organization of the future, Relationship Intelligence is a promising technique that uses network patterns identified in emails, instant messages, and other enterprise collaboration data, to allow leaders to see quickly what networks are in place and identify the connectors, experts to solve for collaboration and innovation. Find out more in this episode from BigTinCan’s Manish Goel along with Oracle's Manisha Gupta and host, Chitra Shastri, as he shares his expert thoughts about Relationship Intelligence, and how Relationship Quotient (RQ) is one of the feathers in the cap along with Intelligence Quotient (IQ) and Emotional Quotient (EQ) for a people leader.