The New York Workforce Analytics Summit 2015 has left us with inspiring ideas and practical tips both for taking the first steps and advancing on the road towards a more fact-based HR. What we have learned from the two-day event filled with engaging discussions and case-study presentations by some of the best and brightest minds in HR Analytics is the general consensus that it is neither the technology nor data quality or lack of specific skills that hold organizations back from benefiting from the wealth of information their workforce analytics can offer. It’s all about the mind-set and the wish to understand how the company – and people that make it – work.

The 2016 edition of the Workforce Analytics Summit in the Big Apple aims to build on that, and raise the bar by providing great examples of laying the foundation for a credible Workforce Analytics function, expanding the strategic role of HR business partners, as well as unlocking the immense value that can be derived from using Predictive Analytic Whether your company is already successful in the field of Workforce Analytics, or you are building your wings to achieve your full potential, or you are in the stage of planning to venture into people analytics, this Summit provides a unique occasion to meet with forward thinking HR leaders and gain additional knowledge and business contacts via practical presentations, case-studies, debates, experience sharing and networking.