We support you in developing a suitable, individual HR data strategy for your company. Such a strategy is particularly important when information and knowledge is to be generated from different data sources. When developing an HR data strategy, the concrete roadmap for the profitable use of personnel-relevant data for advanced reporting from internal and, if necessary, external sources is defined. For this purpose, goals, challenges and necessary framework conditions are worked out in the form of a structured plan for the strategy development of your company.
We work with you to obtain and process the relevant data that is required for professional HR reporting or for further analysis. In doing so, we follow the “Collect & Clean” principle in order to be able to identify and correct corrupted or inaccurate data records. Clean and valid data form the basis for further processing, a more in-depth analysis and are the key attributes for the meaningfulness of the results. When working with employee data, special care must also be taken with regard to data protection guidelines and the future legal basis (e.g. DSGVO). This requires close coordination with data protection officers and company committees, which we are happy to support if necessary.
Based on previous data preparation, data can be presented visually. We support and advise you on the use of a suitable visualization tool (we mainly work with Tableau, MS Power BI and Excel). There, the interesting HR data, relationships, operational and strategic key figures (KPIs) can be displayed in a visually comprehensible and interactive form, as a report, dashboard or via app. Data visualization helps to organize the information and improve understanding, interpretation and attention. Depending on the data source and update cycle of the respective data, such reports and dashboards can be updated automatically by establishing a connection between the data source and the visualization tool.
Human Resource Executive Dashboard, Source: Tableau Public (Showcase)
Depending on the metric, context and desire, a visual representation can take place, for example, as a scatter chart, bar chart, line chart, tree map, Watterfall chart or histogram.
To develop data skills and a data culture in your company, we offer you a mix of consulting, coaching and online training. We call our offer in this regard “Blended Journey Consulting”. This enables the employees in your HR department to carry out and expand HR data projects independently. The aim is not to turn HR employees into data scientists, but to develop basic skills that help to develop safe handling of data (data literacy). This also supports the establishment of a data culture (Data Driven Thinking).