About the Conference

Changing economies and business dynamics worldwide continue to pose challenges for business leaders in this age of big data where all organizations have to find ways to improve in managing and measuring data accurately, moving from collection and redistribution of data to a more thoughtful and targeted approach, leveraging on emerging HR technologies to moving ahead of the curve.

With business growth continuing, the future of HR bright, organizations are now not only using business intelligence correctly to identify organization gaps, elevate the employees’ experience, but also to reduce attrition: all these require rapid development in the skills set and capability of HR professionals, adopting technology and centralizing HR delivery models embodied in HR data analytics and measurement.

Join us at the 2nd Annual HR Analytics, Metrics and Measurement 2018 and uncover the key drivers for HR transformation. Maximize your conference experience by attending the keynote sessions, interactive roundtables and workshops with insightful case studies of successful analytics and data, picking the brains of top HR experts in ANZ.  Your HR department could be the next candidate to transform into a more efficient decision making process and business support partner within your organization. In addition to uncovering the trending challenges that the HR function encounters today, you will discover how to enhance and embrace data-driven people analytics and employee interaction, improving the productivity and efficiency for your HR function in the process.

Why Join This Conference

6 Powerful Reasons to Attend HR Analytics, Metrics and Measurement

  1. Harness the power of HR analytics in strategic planning, and discover the latest innovations and experience the success stories that can contribute to your business decisions
  2. Develop predictive analytics to optimize workforce productivity, talent retention and to transform risks into value business opportunities
  3. Capture key insights of learning & development analytics in supporting organizations and training development initiative to enhance the credibility, learning efficiency, retention and ROI
  4. Embrace the powerful HR technologies to forge psychological and emotional connections constantly strengthen the employment brand
  5. The employee experience: culture and engagement in developing an integrated social and design thinking to focus on the entire employee experience
  6. HR stories telling through data to identify key business drivers that can transform perceptions and result in faster and actionable outcomes

The Conference At A Glance


  • Keynote: Toward Evidence Based HR – Using Analytics to create Value for Customers, Shareholders & Employees
  • Personality Data & Predictive Analytics to Increase Retention, Productivity & Performance
  • Case Study: HR Metrics – Training & Development at Woolworth
  • Case Study: Bringing Leaders’ Key Insights to Drive Business Decisions
  • Panel discussion: How to Build-up a Strategic HR Technology to Advance your Analytics to Predictive Insights that will drive Business Solutions


  • Keynote: Talent Analytics & Strategy Planning: From Predicting, Finding, Assessing & Selecting
  • HR Analytics in Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging
  • How an Organizational Educational is changing through Social Learning
  • Learning Analytics and the value of understanding L&D Metrics
  • The World of Work in the 4.0 Industrial Age
  • Panel discussion: Preparing for the future with truly Digital HR Department


  • Workshop A: Reporting Data: Effectively Engage & Influence with Analytics
  • Workshop B: The Critical Factors of a Successful HR Technology Solutions

Past Participating Companies

Our HR Analytics, Insights and Implementation Programs in Australia, London and Singapore have garnered HR professionals from the leading companies:

  • 3M
  • GIC Pte Ltd
  • Aboitiz Equity Ventures
  • Gold Coast Health
  • Accenture
  • Google
  • Agency for Science, Technology and Research
  • Greening Australia
  • Analytic Perspectives
  • GroupM
  • Ascott
  • Harris HMC
  • Australia Prudential Regulation Authority
  • Hempel
  • Australian Securities & Investments Commission
  • Hungry Jacks
  • Avery Dennison Hong Kong B.V.
  • IBM
  • AVEVA Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
  • I-MED Radiology Network
  • Aviva
  • Independent Purchasing Company (Australasia) Ltd
  • Azendian
  • Indigenous Land Corporation
  • BASF East Asia Regional Headquarters Limited
  • Iskandar Investment Berhad
  • Blackmores
  • James Cook Australia
  • Boehringer Ingelheim
  • Jemena
  • Brisbane Airport Corporation
  • JF Hillebrand Group
  • Cargill Tropical Palm Holdings Pte Ltd
  • Kimberly-Clark
  • CEA Technologies
  • Kirana
  • Civil Service College
  • Link Group Australia
  • CPF Board
  • L’oreal Australia
  • DataDevelop Consulting
  • Mass Rapid Transit Corp. Sdn Bhd
  • Defence Housing Australia
  • Medecins San Frontieres
  • Department of Justice and Regulation, Victoria
  • Micron Technology
  • Downer Group
  • Ministry of Manpower
  • ECO Environmental Investments
  • Mizuho Bank
  • EEI Corporation
  • MRC Global
  • Elbit Systems of Australia
  • New Horizon Enterprises
  • FRHI Hotels & Resorts (Singapore) Pte Ltd
  • NSW Trains