Created by leaders and practitioners for leaders and practitioners
This year's theme: The Role of Measurement & Analytics in Designing Exceptional Candidate & Employee Experiences
Message from the PAFOW17 Co-Chairs:
Leaders can no longer cruise along without actionable insights into how people think, feel, and what actions they'll likely take in the future. Doing so is arguable irresponsible, both for the organization as well as employees themselves. When such data-based insights are available, leaders can make more informed decisions on how talent is attracted, developed, compensated, communicated with, etc. In turn, leaders can design unique experiences that help form the desired culture. Leaders can also delve into the essence of the work itself. This can then inform how work can best get done: by employees, outsource providers, software, robots, etc. Data-based insights are essential, however.
The People Analytics & Future of Work Conference has emerged as arguably the preeminent event for the global people analytics community. Professionals from all over the world -- Japan, China, Germany, the UK, Australia to name a few -- converge on the hub of technology innovation, the San Francisco Bay Area, to connect, re-connect, learn, and explore with some of the world's most influential practitioners, thought-leaders, academics, and vendors. It's truly a one-of-a-kind experience. It's created by leaders and practitioners for leaders and practitioners, and the uniquely valuable format is evidence of this.
This coming conference will again feature keynotes, the vendor showcase, as well as short talks and panels. Added will be the facilitated opportunity to connect with people in like industries as well as with those interested in similar topic areas. In the end, each participant is sure to walk away with great ideas, valuable new connections (or deeper established ones), as well as be inspired to take appropriate action once back at work.
We, of course, hope to see you there! To makin’ great things happen!
Al Adamsen & David Green