Data driven approach to organizational effectiveness focussing on people
Managing daily business often consumes all of the energy of the HR function of a company with hundreds of employees. As a result, conscious efforts at developing the organisation in accordance an envisaged strategy can be easily brushed aside or frustrated, despite its critical importance for stable, long-term corporate development.
“Data driven people focus” may sounds like an oxymoron, but it is an unquestionably effective tandem in complex organizations. For a large company, large volumes of data captured and interpreted according to a well-established methodology is in fact the only tool available when it comes to maximising the effectiveness of the whole organisation, based on the individual strengths, motivation and team spirit of the employees and managers working there.
Peerformance's tools and methodology significantly improve effectiveness in the following areas:
- Recruitment and selection
- Organizational development and efficiency improvement
- Strengthening commitment and maintaining motivation
- Developing leadership skills and competences
- Talent management and talent retention
- Developing internal team dynamics
Is it really effective?
TTI's data-driven methodology is used by 300 of the world's 500 leading companies.
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Measurability - KPI-based HR strategy
What and why do the best performing managers and employees do better? When we provide a precise answer to this question by analysing a significant amount of data, the result already induces measurable success factors - as well as risk factors. Along these lines, HR can make conscious, results-oriented decisions right from the recruitment process through to the design of individual positions and team composition.
Fast, yet far-reaching results
Strategic goals set for the short and medium term include "quick wins" that both deliver real organisational change quickly and reinforce each other, making them essential for long-term, increasingly comprehensive efficiency improvement and retention.
Data-driven decision making and organisational efficiency gains initially produce visible results and striking improvements. If the decision-making processes thus developed can take root in the day-to-day running of the organisation and in the functioning of HR, dynamic development will eventually lead to stability and security, with new organisational elements being integrated into an already well-established, efficient system.
"Corporate stress management", conflict management
A stressful work environment and negative team dynamics often result from individuals not finding their place in their organisational positions and in their own jobs. Recognising and dealing with these situations in a meaningful way leads to a significant improvement in efficiency, not only for the individual, but also for the work and motivation of those working with/around him/her.
Meant to be learned
Our applied methodology can be acquired through training. This allows HR to easily access the information it considers valuable without the need to acquire database analysis competencies, and still master the necessary stills.
What do HR professionals get out of Peerformance's internationally accredited training?
The training provides a methodology and a set of tools to quickly and consciously increase organisational effectiveness without significantly increasing HR workload.
Data points recorded through online tests allow us to understand each element of human resources, notably the set that represents the highest potential in the organisation in a comprehensive way that would not otherwise be possible. Naturally, data alone is not enough. Proper interpretation is required to extract valuable information from data. The training will also teach participants how to do that.
(Training is provided in the form of blended-learning, which combines digital facilities with traditional classroom methods.)