Companies' shift from buying new talent to building existing talent, CHROs depend on real-time insight and immediate access to the right resources at the right time. Our approach integrate Hiture leading Analytics with your talent management expertise to provide a holistic view or where you are, where you need to be and how to shape the future of talent within your company.
Companies succeed in the Cognitive era not simply because they have more or better data, but because they have leadership teams that set clear goals, define what success looks like, and ask the right questions. Big data's power does not erase the need for vision or human insight. On the contrary, we still must have business leaders who can spot a great opportunity, understand how a market is developing, think creatively and propose truly novel offerings, articulate a compelling vision, persuade people to embrace it and work hard to realize it, and deal effectively with customers, employees, stockholders, and other stakeholders. The successful companies of the next decade will be the ones whose leaders can do all that while changing the way their organizations make many decisions.
As data become cheaper, the complements to data become more valuable. Some of the most crucial of these are data scientists and other professionals skilled at working with large quantities of information. Statistics are important, but many of the key techniques for using big data are rarely taught in traditional statistics courses. Perhaps even more important are skills in cleaning and organizing large data sets; the new kinds of data rarely come in structured formats. Visualization tools and techniques are also increasing in value. Along with the data scientists, a new generation of computer scientists are bringing to bear techniques for working with very large data sets. Expertise in the design of experiments can help cross the gap between correlation and causation. The best data scientists are also comfortable speaking the language of business and helping leaders reformulate their challenges in ways that big data can tackle. Not surprisingly, people with these skills are hard to find and in great demand.