The Age of People Analytics Research Report

The Age of People Analytics: Survey on Characteristics, Value Achieved, and Leading Practices of Advanced Organizations

Advanced organizations with a high level of people analytics process maturity financially outperform their peers. These advanced organizations have technology, data, people, and change management practices that contribute to their process maturity. Increasing these characteristics predicts higher financial performance.

But how can an organization reach this level of maturity?

Authored by Lexy Martin, former lead author and director of the Sierra-Cedar Human Resources Systems Survey, this report draws on data from a comprehensive survey of 259 organizations, responded to by leaders with people analytics responsibilities, across a range of industries to evaluate what determines market maturity and the value gained from people analytics, as well as establish leading practices.

Read this report to:

  • Better understand the characteristics of mature people analytics organizations
  • Discover the value these advanced organizations derive from people analytics
  • Learn the leading practices used by advanced organizations

Download the research report to help develop your roadmap to achieving a high level of people analytics maturity.

Across all organizations, the majority (54%) use people analytics to improve HR effectiveness today. Advanced organizations, however, more frequently rely on people analytics to improve business outcomes” -- a key finding from the The Age of People Analytics Report