This session will take you through some of the classical steps in building HR Analytics as well as the typical challenges you will meet on this journey. The session will also contain practical examples of how HR Analytics is applied at Getinge from getting the foundation right over HR Metric to more advanced HR Analytics
- Understand the starting position and the required journey ahead.
- Managing expectations
- Ensuring the right competencies
- Getting data
- Going from numbers to metrics
- Changing behaviors – it is more about people than technology
Peter V.W. Hartmann – Director, HR Analytics and HR Business Intelligence | Getinge
fter obtaining his Ph.D. in Psychology, Peter Hartmann spend 6 years working as a psychometrician adapting and validating assessment tools, including helping customers on how to document the value of selection tools. He then joined Maersk to consolidate and develop the HR Analytics function and to ensure the optimal use of psychometrics assessment tools. After 4 years at Maersk, then in 2016, Peter Hartmann was hired by Getinge to build a HR Analytical mindset and framework in the organization from scratch.
Hence – Peter Hartmann has been working with the methods and mindset of HR Analytics before it started to gain popular interest and has through his career accumulated knowledge on the different stages of development and the challenges met both technically and organizationally.
Day 2 | 28th of April
Peter V.W. Hartmann – Director – HR Analytics and HR Business Intelligence | Getinge