When Big Data Meets HR：
Date: 8 May 2017 (Mon)
Time: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue: Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce
Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre, 95 Queensway, Hong Kong
Fee: HKGCC member HKD2,000 / HKGCC non-member HKD2,500
Remarks: This training course is co-organized with Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce.
Big Data is a powerful tool used by many companies these days to drive competitive advantages. However, not much attention has been paid on applying Big Data in human resources. This workshop aims at explaining the concept of Big Data and demonstrating how it can be utilzed in workforce analytics to enhance workflows and operations within organizations.
1. Concept of Big Data
- Defining Big Data
- Business value of Big Data
- Application in human resources
2. New business models in the Big Data Era
- Consumers to business (C2B)
- Personalized needs and small quantity orders
- Outcome economy
- Platform strategy
3. Workforce analytics with practical application
- Trends in HR analytics
- Big Data in workforce management
- Introduction to workforce analytics
- Workforce metrics
- Major impact in workforce analytics
- Workforce analytics mutuality model
- Building a business case with workforce analytics
- Planning of workforce analytics
- Case studies
Speaker Alan Lee
He graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Master of Philosophy degree in Information Engineering and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Information Engineering (with a First Class Honor). Before founding the Big Data Technology Company in 2013, Alan held the senior management role in technology group and director position in investment bank. Most of his company clients at present are global listed companies including HK Government, Global Banks, Insurance, Retailers, Logistics, Real-Estate, Telecom etc. He is also an External member of Advisor/Validator board in VTC High-Diploma ("Big Data and Analytics") He has been teaching more than 10 certificate courses and Big Data Diploma in the past few years.
Delegates who have completed the course with at least 80% of attendance will be awarded the attendance certificate jointly awarded by Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce and CED School of Business.
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