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Knowledge Center Blog DNA of Success - Analytical Habits

Today’s DNA of Success attribute: Analytical Habits

Often analytics isn’t one of the traditional workplace skills that come to mind, but it is a skill in a professional workplace that shouldn’t be neglected and should be embodied within the operations of the company. Dana Liberty, a content marketing manager at Sisense, states that analytics are used to track and measure employee-related data and optimize an organization’s human resource management and decision-making. Analytics can be used to track data such as why an employee left their job. A company can track whether it was due to the employee not liking their manager or feeling disengaged from the company. 

Workplace analytics can be used to show your team what works and doesn’t work within the company. Then the company can be sure to incorporate the tools needed to sustain the processes that are bringing success for the company. A company can use analytics to create predictive models that lead to insights and better decisions in the future.

Workplace analytics can be used to show your team what works and doesn’t work within the company. Then the company can be sure to incorporate the tools needed to sustain the processes that are bringing success for the company. A company can use analytics to create predictive models that lead to insights and better decisions in the future.

Overall, making analytics a habit with the company brings forth the following benefits:

  • Finding areas where efficiency can be improved with machines via automation
  • Improving worker’s engagement by understanding their needs and satisfaction
  • Creating better criteria for hiring new staff and provide a better hiring process

A company’s productivity can be improved by focusing on internal analytics. Doing so will continue to empower employees which can boost efficiency and lead to happier employees reducing employee turnover.

Across the long term horizon, employers have seen a continuous shift in the applicant pool for every position in a distribution operation. Compare the industrial revolution through the Second World War and then jump to today… the processes are similar, but the jobs are very different. Across your career, you will see tremendous shifts in behavior and technology offerings intended to make the people and processes more efficient. The one constant however, is the DNA of Success.

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