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All Hands on Tech Podcast: How people analytics drives change

In episode 5 of HRZone’s All Hands on Tech podcast, we chat to Tim Haynes, Head of People Data and Analytics at GSK, about how organisational development practices are being transformed by people analytics. 

28th Nov 2019
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This month our host Dr Max Blumberg speaks with Tim Haynes about how people analytics is truly disrupting the way businesses gather insights, make decisions and deliver value.

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With a background in organisational development (OD), Tim offers a unique perspective on how people analytics can join forces with OD to bring positive change. Working for over 12 years at GSK – one of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical, vaccines and consumer healthcare companies – Tim is truly leading the way in the analytical domain.

He is delivering business-focused people analytics using some of the latest technologies, tools and methods, and bringing together the best thinking from a talented, diverse team.

Data is everywhere and all HR professionals have the capacity to be more analytical in their decision making, whether their company is large or small, has a people analytics function or not. This discussion offers compelling insights on the direction people analytics is moving in within a leading-edge organisation.

Max and Tim discuss:

  • What people analytics looks like through the lens of organisational change and development
  • How people analytics can be embraced to uncover much deeper insights to better inform decisions
  • Why people analytics and the analytical mind is important for HR to adopt to add value

You can listen to the conversation now on Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher or Apple.

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Tim Haynes MAx Blumberg Becky Norman
Tim Haynes
Head of People Data and Analytics
Dr Max Blumberg
Blumberg Partnership
Becky Norman


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