Roxanne Laczo

PhD, Senior Consultant

Roxanne Laczo, PhD, joined Hogan in 2019 as a highly experienced and influential talent and analytics leader with significant global expertise in the strategic development, implementation, and measurement of global talent programs for multinational organizations. Prior to her role at Hogan, Roxanne built and led people analytics teams, championing the use of data to drive strategic decision-making globally. In 2014 she received the highly regarded Human Resource Management Impact Award for her transformative work on performance management while at Cargill, where she also coached high-potential and emerging leaders. Roxanne holds a doctorate from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities in industrial-organizational psychology with a focus on research methods and psychometrics.

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Day 1: Dec 8, 2020

1:30 pm

1:30 pm

Panel Discussion

How to Build Literacy in PA Across your Organization to Enable Success

Often when HR practitioners go outside their departmental ‘bubble’ to gather data to further their PA initiatives, they’re met with a wall of incomprehension and sometimes suspicion.  Even within the HR profession, PA can be misinterpreted.  Get buy-in on what data is collected, how it is used and how it will contribute to success by building literacy in PA.  Get practical tips to help you:

  • Educate your employees on what PA is and how it can be of benefit to them
  • Get buy-in by building trust so employees know their sensitive information will be safeguarded
  • Understand and mitigate risks of mis-interpreting data to maintain the integrity of your PA program

Build PA literacy to support the HR data collection that will accelerate organizational performance

Day 2: Dec 9, 2020

12:30 pm

12:30 pm

Panel Discussion

Develop a Data Governance Strategy to Streamline Internal Access to Data and Ignite Your People Analytics Initiative

All too often HR practitioners in larger organizations face internal barriers when trying to access employee data in order to do their jobs.  Gain valuable insight into the internal challenges faced, why they exist and how a streamlined approach can be forged to gain access to the data required in a timely manner.  Create a blueprint for data governance to help you:

  • Understand the rights and responsibilities of those departments that own and have custody of the data you need
  • Eliminate unnecessary internal barriers to data acquisition
  • Manage immutable obstacles inherent to existing governance frameworks to streamline the data acquisition process

Boost your people analytics success by streamlining access to data across departments and locations