Metrics Based HR – Because Some Rabbits Bite
June 20 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
LAHRA presents Jim Lewis, President of J Lewis Consulting Group, on HR Measurements
MEMBERS: $25 NON-MEMBERS: $35
LEARNING OBJECTIVE OF PRESENTATION:
This session explores best practices in using metrics to create the valid data necessary to build the credibility of HR as a critical architect of strategic human capital management.
Data can be shaped to lead to any conclusion. Even inadvertently bad assumptions allow you to pull whatever rabbit you need out of your hat, wowing the management team and gaining support for your programs. But be careful, some rabbits bite!
Strategies employed using invalid data won’t produce what’s been promised. This ruins HR’S credibility and its role as a strategic partner to management. So how do you create a metrics program that reveals your human capital challenges and allows for sound solutions?
This session will explore the potential pitfalls of building a data-driven human capital management program. Best sources of data, ways to construct programs, and even statistical validity in data will be discussed in an easy-to-understand format.
Presenter: Jim Lewis, President of J Lewis Consulting Group
Prior to creating the J Lewis Consulting Group, Jim spent his career with a global high-tech company in Ann Arbor, serving as
VP and CHRO. He had direct reports on four continents and workforce responsibility in more than 40 locations. He managed nearly twenty post-acquisition workforce integrations in the USA, Canada, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, UK, and Germany. He has been
an adjunct faculty member and guest lecturer at Cleary University, Eastern Michigan University, and Wayne State University.
As President of the J Lewis Consulting Group, Jim provides interim CHRO services, and manages workforce transitions during periods of great growth, after mergers and acquisitions, and during periods of business loss and turnaround. He advises senior executives on strategy refinement, succession planning, and provides executive coaching, as well as talent and culture assessments.
Jim was named the 2010 HR Executive of the Year by the American Society of Employers. He holds certifications by the HR Certification Institute as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR). Jim holds a Bachelor of Business Management and a Master of Science, International Administration.