Bad Data, No Data: Solving the problem
BY DR. JAC FITZ-ENZ AND DR. MICHAEL E. ECHOLS
Posted: March 16, 2012
Many corporate initiatives are hampered or fail due to a lack of valid, reliable data. This is especially true of human capital based projects, such as evaluating the effectiveness of training, staffing, and engagement. However, there are ways to overcome the problem of bad data.
This informative presentation covers topics relevant to HR professionals, or anyone interested in the important role of data in human capital functionality. It features case studies from a variety of industries. Learn strategies and best practices for:
- Collecting the right data
- Interpreting and measuring data
- Driving better business result
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Research By Dr. Michael E. Echols:
Increase Organizational Results by Leveraging Your Human Capital: Using Change Management and Measurement to Make an Impact.
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