Frito-Lay, Case Studies to Lead Off IHRIM Event

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<p><strong>Burlington, Mass. &mdash; Aug. 13</strong><br />Scheduled for Sept. 18-19 at the Hilton Philadelphia Airport Hotel, the International Associaton for Human Resource Information (IHRIM) is presenting &ldquo;Human Capital Measurement and Analytics: Creating a New Revolution,&rdquo; a unique learning event sponsored by DoubleStar and HRsmart. </p><p>Not only will attendees benefit from an extraordinary line-up of speakers with deep knowledge of HR metrics and analytics, but the case studies and presentations will specifically describe how to measure and analyze human capital, and utilize it as a competitive advantage.&nbsp; </p><p>The case studies featured include:<br /></p><ul><li>&quot;Strategic Application of Metrics and Analytics,&quot; presented by Tracy Faber, Frito-Lay North America&nbsp; north division sales human resources vice president, and Alec Levenson, University of Southern California research scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations in the Marshall School of Business.</li><li>&quot;HeRBIe Fully Loaded: (HRBI = HR Business Intelligence),&quot; presented by Mike Harmer, Intermountain Healthcare human capital analytics, and Shelley Browning, Intermountain Healthcare, HR technology and analytics. </li></ul><p>In addition, presentations will be made by two exceptional HR professionals.&nbsp; </p><p>Jeanne DiFrancesco, principal of ProOrbis LLC, a specialist in the development and application of advanced management concepts will present &ldquo;The Value of Investments in Human Capital: The Intangible Revolution.&rdquo;&nbsp; </p><p>Joanne Bintliff-Ritchie, DoubleStar chief strategist, will present &ldquo;Trends in Workforce Analytics,&rdquo; actual outcomes of HCM and analytics initiatives at several leading organizations.&nbsp; </p><p>She will describe how organizations are using workforce data to drive key business decisions and provide the audience with provocative insights and ideas for immediate action.<br /><br />&ldquo;For most organizations (regardless of size) to be successful today and into the future, they must be able to measure the business impact of their investment in people &mdash; whether that investment is employee recruiting, performance management, skills development or benefits administration,&rdquo; said Lynne Mealy, IHRIM president and CEO. &ldquo;This IHRIM event provides significant knowledge and value to attendees that can be deployed in their companies to ensure organizational success.&rdquo;<br /><br />These presentations will be followed by an HR Metrics Fishbowl, facilitated by Rob Eidson, Deloitte Consulting HR information manager. </p><p>This will be a structured discussion to identify the top challenges and problems HR Metrics practitioners face and to let the experts in attendance give solutions.&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /><br />This program has been approved for nine recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). </p>

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