Source | LinkedIn | David Green | People Analytics leader | Director, Insight222 & myHRfuture.com | Conference speaker | Host, Digital HR Leaders Podcast
Everything is moving towards data. HR needs to be brave, needs to step up and needs to engage with data more
I’m going to break with tradition and use the words of today’s guest on the Digital HR Leaders Podcast to frame this week’s episode:
“To navigate the increasingly complex world of talent, HR needs to grow more quickly in to a strategic advisor. More companies will need CHROs and they will need to have an equal voice alongside CEOs and CFOs in the most critical business decisions. In the coming decades of disruption the management of talent will become the main differentiator of high-performing organisations, this requires HR 3.0.”
Those are the words of Keith McNulty our guest today on the Digital HR Leaders podcast. Keith leads the People Analytics and Measurement team at McKinsey and is also a prolific and highly regarded writer which saw him recognised by LinkedIn as a top voice in December 2017. Keith is a deep thinker and one of the most knowledgeable and visionary leaders in the space. So I know that listeners will enjoy this episode of the podcast.
You can listen by clicking the image below or by visiting the podcast website here.
In our conversation Keith and I discuss:
- His vision of HR 3.0 – an analytically sophisticated and agile function populated by professionals with strong business acumen and problem solving skills