David Creelman

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Post date: October 11, 2017
Often when I talk to companies about analytics they end up just talking about building dashboards.  This is not a small thing because dashboards are expensive and can easily eat up most of your analytics resources. It’s also not a simple thing because dashboards are steeped in confusion and stirred...
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Post date: January 31, 2017
You come to a fork in the road. The sign indicates 100 travelers have taken the left fork and 14 have fallen to their death; it also shows that 50 travelers have taken the right fork and 8 have fallen to their death. Which road do you take?   Welcome to the world of HR analytics.   The answer to...
Post date: November 17, 2017
I had a strange experience at an analytics workshop I ran last year. I’d set up an “open space” session where I had six or seven flip charts scattered around the room and participants could write down a topic they’d like to discuss. Normally, you end up with little groups at each flip chart with...
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Post date: May 24, 2017
Here’s the sad truth: The demand for HR reporting is insatiable. Accurate HR reporting is vastly harder than managers think it is. Most HR reports add little or no value. Let me underline that last point of “little or no value.” A manager at one of my workshops shared a story: An employee doing HR...