10 Essential People Analytics Blogs

10 Essential People Analytics Blogs

People Analytics is one of the most important topics in the development of HR through the Digital Age. The capability to extract sense from big data, and be able to anticipate future needs and predict outcomes, has been a long-time sought holy graal.

So, following my other “Essentials” list on Organisation Design, HR General Blogs, Leadership Blogs, Diversity and Inclusion, Talent Acquisition, Behavioural Science, Future of Work, Employee Experience and HR Technology here the list of blogs that I recommend and that focus on People Analytics.

As usual, the order is purely accidental.

myHRfuture

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myHRfuture

myHRfuture is an online platform that provides learning content for HR professionals in the form of an HR Academy. Its blog contains a great amount of highly curated content, touching topics such as HR technology, Employee Experience and so on. It is particularly relevant for HR Analytics, because one of its founders is David Green, and he typically writes his great wrap-up posts on HR Analytics resources here.

Some Notable Articles:

Clarity Magazine

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Clarity Magazine

Clarity Magazine is the online blog of Visier, a company specialised in HR Analytics. It delivers a lot of constantly updated content on a broad range of topics related to People Analytics, including Workforce Planning and Diversity and Inclusion.

Some Notable Articles:

AIHR Analytics Blog

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AIHR Analytics Blog

The Analytics blog of AIHR is a great resource of dedicated content specific to People Analytcis. It often sists on the educational side, thus there are a lot of guides useful also for non-experts.

Some Notable Articles:

Clarity Magazine

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Clarity Magazine

Clarity Magazine is the online blog of Visier, a company specialised in HR Analytics. It delivers a lot of constantly updated content on a broad range of topics related to People Analytics, including Workforce Planning and Diversity and Inclusion.

Some Notable Articles:

StarMeUp OS Blog

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StarMeUp OS Blog

StarMeUp OS is a technology solution focused on culture and collaboration. The company provides a blog with many HR related resources, of which particularly relevant are the people Analytics articles.

Some Notable Articles:

Keith McNulty

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Keith McNulty

A data science expert and human capital leader for McKinsey, McNulty regularly shares a variety of content, from data visualizations to articles and updates on data tools, with a specific twis on People Analytics.

Some Notable Articles:

Richard Rosenow

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Richard Rosenow

A Senior Manager of People Analytics Operations at Uber, Rosenow often writes articles on the topic of People Analytics on Medium and Linkedin.

Some Notable Articles:

HR Exchange Network on People Analytics

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HR Exchange Network on People Analytics

The HR Exchange Network is one of the largest providers of news and information for the HR community across the globe. Organised across multiple topics, the magazine-like format source has a very active section focused on People Analytics.

Some Notable Articles:

McKinsey HR Analytics and Technology Blog

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McKinsey HR Analytics and Technology Blog

The fact that McKinsey dedicates some serious content on the topic of HR Analytics is a key indicator of the relevance of the topic today. I have highlighted its post here also because some of its articles are really good in terms of insights and suggestions for implementation.

Some Notable Articles:

OneModel Blog

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OneModel Blog

OneModel is an australian based AI advisory company. Its blog focuses on some interesting trends in people Analytics, and offer concrete points of view on how to solve concrete problems.

Some Notable Articles:

Again, feel free to suggest more blogs, using the Comment Section below.

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