BUDAPEST, HUNGARY ∙ APRIL 17-18, 2018

This Forum is organized by HR Professionals for HR Professionals

The Budapest HR & PEOPLE ANALYTICS FORUM 2018 is a CEE regional HR Technology & Innovation Summit, a part of annually recurring series on People Analytics.

The key-note speaker pannel features global thought-leaders such as David Green, Professor Max Blumberg, Mariëlle Sonnenberg, PhD and Jonathan Ferrar.

Before you go any further, pause for a moment and have a look at insights from our latest event, held on October 24-25, 2017: HRPA FORUM 2017

Technology is changing the world of work and big data plays a key role in the process. Sorting out the “ocean of information” is the game-changer. HR analytics are not yet-another-hype, but a trend that is growing and is here to stay. It is increasingly becoming the “way we do things around here”. If you don’t have the right data – you are uninformed. If you have too much of unsorted data – you are overwhelmed. As a busy HR person, you can’t afford either. The quality of your decisions has a direct and lasting impact on your organization. The HR analytics provide a solution to that challenge.

The goal of this conference is to help attendees choose the best practices, tools & techniques for your organization and your own role. Some of the topics that we will talk about include:

· Building HR Analytics Functions, Teams, Capabilities and Support
· Data-Driven Recruitment and Talent Management
· Smarter Workforce Planning for Growth or Downsizing
· Technology-Enabled Employee Insights
· Workforce Differentiation and Predicting Attrition Impact
· Identifying and Developing Leaders among Candidates and Talent Pools


We are looking for interesting case-study presentations and speakers who will talk about REAL projects, REAL challenges, REAL issues, REAL success & failures and REAL people. No death by Power Point!

If you would like to speak at the HR & PEOPLE ANALYTICS FORUM please fill in the questionnaire below. Thank you!

* 1. Your Data

* 2. Your LinkedIn Profile

* 3. Your Twitter Profile

* 4. Title of your Presentation

* 5. Key take-aways from your speech

* 6. Presentation focus (please describe in 5-6 bullet-points)

* 7. Presentation outline (max. 300 words)

* 8. You presentation would best fit the following area:

* 9. Would you be interested in moderating/facilitating a panel-discussion? (no presentation needed, purely facilitation role)

* 10. Previous public speaking experience (pls include a video link if available)

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