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Monday, 12 Mar 2018
Katie Gronow

OR Society People Analytics Special Interest Group

Terms of Reference

Area of Interest

  1. 1.    ‘People Analytics’ is a rapidly growing discipline of interest to businesses. With access to more data and new visualisation and analytical tools a wide range of companies are beginning to apply mathematical, statistical, data mining and other O.R. techniques to HR and business data to try and understand and resolve HR related business problems:
    1. Workforce Modelling
    2. Diversity and Inclusion
    3. People Surveys
    4. Talent Management
    5. Paybill Modelling
    6. Performance Management
    7. Estates Modelling

Aim of the Group

  1. To share knowledge and best practise and promote more widely the use of OR techniques in the area of HR decision making.
  2. To explore new thinking and techniques applicable to HR
  3. To explore some of the challenges faced in using HR data and working with HR professionals.

Membership

  1. The group is open to anyone, although committee members have to be members of the OR Society.

Meetings

  1. A General meeting will be held annually to:
    1. to approve the minutes of the previous General Meeting.
    2. to receive reports from the Chair and Secretary.
    3. to elect a committee for the forthcoming year.

Events

  1. There will be 3 events organised each year. Plan for the 18/19:

 

Spring: Face to Face Event in London with guest speakers from Leeds Uni

Summer: Webinar (Topic tbc)

Autumn: General Meeting

 

Reporting

  1. The Secretary shall make speakers’ notes or presentation material from a SIG meeting, if appropriate and not subject to copyright, and the full write-up of the SIG meeting, available in the OR Society’s document repository.

 

 

Current Committee

Chair: Jill Millichamp (DWP) –Call, officiate and conduct meetings

Secretary: Tommy Fennelly (IBM) – minutes the meeting, keeps membership up to date, Updates Future meetings page of OR Society

Event Communications: Katie Gronow (DfT) – advertises events and writes report for HR Society

Event Planning: Zoe Gordon (MoJ) – organises room/Video Conference/speakers

27/02/2018



‘People Analytics’ is a rapidly growing discipline of interest to businesses. With access to more data and new visualisation and analytical tools a wide range of companies are beginning to apply mathematical, statistical, data mining and other O.R. techniques to HR and business data to try and understand and resolve HR related business problems, such as:

 

    • Workforce Modelling
    • Diversity and Inclusion
    • People Surveys
    • Talent Management
    • Paybill Modelling
    • Performance Management
    • Estates Modelling

The aim of this group:

 

  1. To share knowledge and best practise and promote more widely the use of OR techniques in the area of HR decision making.
  2. To explore new thinking and techniques applicable to HR
  3. To explore some of the challenges faced in using HR data and working with HR professionals.

Membership:

The group is open to anyone and you do not need to work in operational research to join. 

 

To find out more, see our terms of reference (http://www.theorsociety.com/Blog/people-analytics/20180312133646.aspx