Culture as a Corporate Asset and the People Analytics Your Board Needs to See
Across the globe, organizational culture is increasingly becoming a board governance imperative. Combined with the amplified risks and opportunities associated with employee activism, pay equity, and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, people analytics-driven insights are needed now more than ever by corporate boards.
As a result, directors and executive teams are paying more attention to culture; by trying to implement necessary changes as well as monitor and report the right metrics to measure those changes.
In this latest meeting of the Toronto CHRO Forum, on Tuesday, February 23rd at 9:30 AM ET Buddy Benge, Head of Talent Insights at Edward Jones, and former Digital and Analytics Lead, HR Innovations at Bayer discussed how high-performance organizations are using people analytics to more accurately and acutely understand the health of their cultures, identify trends, and respond to issues before they become major problems.
The above is a recoding of the virtual event and below are the slide deck and other referenced materials.
- Slide Deck PDF
- i4cp Culture Renovation™ Brief (which includes the Healthy Culture Index referenced)
- Culture Renovation™ website for book information and other culture resources