This our first discussion thread for reporting and analytics.
We will be creating and managing content here for our potluck forum moving forward.
Greetings! Welcome 3DR, John Deere, TransAlta, Amtrak, Ford, CG, Phillips 66, Nike!
I saw your post in the Customer Community about this session and would normally love to jump on the call to assist, but I checked my calendar and unfortunately as I am working remotely at the moment I cannot make the PST time, however please tell the group that if you have a list of questions at the end of the session, I would be happy for you to email them to me and I will answer over email and then join your next call.
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@Darius, Capital Group will be reaching out to you re business roll-outs.
2. Operational reporting tools
3. Automated security
1. Has CWFM for about a year.
2. Trying to figure out ORD.
3. A lot of SF modules.
4. Catch-up on analytics
5. For operational reporting, using adhoc reports pulling cross functional reports, and single domain reports.
6. For SAP, no specific reporting tools.
8. Lessons learned:
Hi Everyone. It is a pleasure to meet all of you virtually. Here are the details around the "Workforce Analytics Unplugged" seminar to be held as a pre-conference to SAPPHIRE NOW - ASUG ANNUAL Conference.
|8 am to Noon||WORKFORCE ANALYTICS UNPLUGGED|
Pre-Conference Monday May 16, 2016
|8-8:45 am||Sherryanne Meyer||ASUG||Opening with entire group; set agenda|
|8:45-9:30 am||Breakout A1: Managing Systems to Produce the “Right” Data|
|8:45 -9:30 am||Mick Collins||SAP||Breakout A2: Five Talent Management Topics in Need of Workforce Analytics|
|9:30-10:15 am||Jamie Strnisha||3D Results||Breakout B1: Positioning Data for use in Workforce Analytics|
|9:30-10:15 am||Scott Pollack||PwC||Breakout B2: Executive Engagement: Delivering Analytics to Leaders|
|10:15-11:30 am||Breakout C1: Ensuring HR Understands Data|
|10:15-11:30 am||Greta Roberts||Talent Analytics||Looking to the Future: How to Succeed In Predictive Analytics|
|11:30-Noon||Mick Collins||SAP||Closing with total group – harvest ideas; summarize best practices and standards agreed upon (Sherry to take notes)|
Phillips 66 is definitely interested in hearing what others are doing with Headlines -- we are not using now, but like to know lessons learned for future. Also interested in operational reporting tools discussion. We are in process of developing our reporting strategy and are in exploration of what's best.
Also interested in understanding how others are using Analytics -- e.g. small COE team, HRBPs, business leaders, etc. We open only to HR and provide them online reports for them to easily get the results for their business. We're in process of rolling out consistent Talent Dashboards starting in April
Thanks. Glad to be joining the group.
We are getting ready to roll it out to HR first, then Business Managers. Will demo when we're live!
Companies attending our potluck forum right now: John Deere, Ingalls ShipBuilding, Dolphin, 3DR, Ford, Phillips 66, Hyundai, Boston Scientific, Nike, Children's hospital of Philadelphia.
Darius/Jeff: Charts 2.0 are generally not used, because Charts 1.0 are more flexible. Charts 2.0 are too simple.
Robert: The focus is working on developing a new user experience as a whole.
CHOP ramping up on ORD reporting. What do customers usually do?
Darius: In building ORD, a lot of it was trial and error.
Robert: Suggest working through the reports as part of practice and learning. Recommend workshops for ORD problem solving.