Seventy-seven percent (77%) of business executives now identify people analytics as a priority, but only twenty-nine percent (29%) think their organizations are using data to their full advantage. With increasing access to data, HR departments now have the opportunity to use analytics to make a meaningful impact on their organizations. Realize the potential of HR to shape business strategies and improve your organization’s overall performance.
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Emma Horgan is Vice President Human Resources at Maple Leaf Foods Inc., a $3 billion Canadian consumer packaged meats company with 11,000 employees, leading brands and market shares in Canada, and strong export markets. Maple Leaf Foods has an award winning values-based culture and has a high focus on employee engagement, development, and continuous improvement.
Emma and her team develop and implement high impact performance and talent management processes, create leadership and learning programs to cultivate strong leaders and skill sets to generate organizational success, and to provide business partnering across the organization. This includes working with leaders to ensure the HR strategy is aligned and effective in helping drive the overall business strategy.
Originally from the UK, Emma has an Msc in Strategic Human Resources Management from the University of Hull, and 15 years of progressive experience with the full range of Human Resources responsibilities including, strategy development, organizational design, talent acquisition, talent and succession management, engagement, employee relations, legal matters, policy, labour relations and change management etc. She moved to Canada with Maple Leaf Foods in 2005.
Anuj has been with Google, in data-based HR teams, for 8 years. Prior to joining Google, he taught in the area of Accounting & Finance at the Richard Ivey School of Business and also consulted with Mercer HR Consulting. He has MBA and HBA degrees from the Richard Ivey School of Business.
Terry Lashyn is the Director of People Intelligence at ATB Financial – and is responsible for the definition, analysis and oversight of People Intelligence and Analytics for use by management throughout ATB in attainment of becoming THE place to work and achieving ATB’s strategic goals.
Terry has had major parts in large projects over his career at ATB. He has been involved in General Ledger conversions, helped establish the Business Intelligence area at ATB and was involved in the Core Banking replacement project that was considered the largest one time bank conversion in North America. Over the past year he led a project that saw ATB implement a people analytics software across the organization - allowing people leaders the ability to see the people trends in their areas in relation to the rest of the company. Terry was also deeply involved with IBM on a developmental project which involved helping take Talent Insights – Kenexa to the next level.
Terry is based out of Edmonton, Alberta and enjoys to travel, keeping active and supporting the Edmonton Oilers. He is also a volunteer for the Edmonton Rock and Roll Society and enjoys their annual outdoor concerts.
Kerry Colpitts is the Director of Strategic Planning and Reporting for the Human Resources Branch of the Canada Revenue Agency. She is responsible for workforce planning, demographics, performance measurement, and HR functional oversight and modernization.