Understanding organisation culture helped ensure the correct data sources were used to guarantee success and reduce ‘users’ anxiety’ around the change.
Ensuring collaboration across functions – HR,Recruitment, Learning/ Development, Finance and Operations – was essential to ensure needs were met for a fully-usable and useful analytics programme.
A clear user-centric approach was high priority as many users do not have advanced analytical skills, so it was essential to use an analytics solution supporting their needs.
To ensure effective data/information flow, it was essential to look at user needs and tailor the solution, reducing unnecessary noise from an overload of data.
Using mii People Analytics, they focused on showing how information could lead to effective data-driven decisions.
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
Working to decrease temporary worker spend via a tech-enabled in-house bank system
mii People Analytics