Thursday, March 7

11:40 am - 12:20 pm

Does this sound familiar: You slave away on a workforce planning or analytics project for three days, three weeks, three months or longer, and then you present your findings to your stakeholders and hear them respond, “This is some great work, thank you!,” but they neither follow up nor attempt any action planning?

Why did you invest all this time and make all these brilliant recommendations if no one is interested in implementing them? Your stakeholders may ask for a refresh on the data you initially analyzed, but they remain uninterested in implementing changes.

This session is about changing the narrative.  Learn how to keep your stakeholders actively engaged using analytics regularly. Help them see you as a trustworthy, integral partner. Move from telling a story with data one time, to keeping the conversation going so that you can make real change.  This session will cover:

  • How to hook your stakeholders so that they keep coming back for more
  • How to go from telling a single story with data to enabling ongoing, continuous, actionable insights
  • Why building trust must be the foundation behind everything you do
  • What business partners consider “table stakes” and what you need to do to move beyond that

Moshe Margulies

Lead Workforce Planning Consultant
Kaiser Permanente

About Moshe Margulies

Moshe has 10 years of experience in workforce planning and analytics, and nearly 20 years of experience in various roles within the Human Resources sector. His main expertise lies in blending strong data analytics capabilities, technology and functional HR knowledge, to help senior leaders make informed business decisions.  At Kaiser Permanente, he provides ongoing, actionable insights to multiple regional corporate HR departments, as well as to national corporate HR functions level such as talent acquisition and succession planning.

Prior to his role at Kaiser Permanente, Moshe worked for consulting giant Booz Allen Hamilton, where he consulted with government clients and internal HR departments in the fields of HR analytics, HR Technology and Systems, Performance Management, Learning and Development and Talent Acquisition.  Moshe holds an MBA in Human Resources from Roosevelt University in Chicago, and BA in Business from Yeshiva University in New York.