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Question Description

Please follow the instructions and answer the questions :

Instructions:

1. All submissions in Calibri, 12 Point, 1.5 Spacing, 1” margin on all sides

2. Each question should be between 500-750 words in length

3. Please remember to cite (in text and in the reference section) anything that you borrow from other sources. As with everything, this submission will also be passed through turn it in. Do not copy- paste any material (that includes my lecture presentations). Plagiarism is not allowed and will result in a failing grade either in the exam or the course depending on the severity of the plagiarism.

4. Most of the questions have varied responses possible based on your perspective. While there is, to a degree, a right or wrong answer, most of the questions require you to go above the basic material taught in class and strategically think about the concept as a whole.

5. It is your thought process and critical thinking that I am interested in more than the actual product. So, bear that in mind while writing your answers. The more logical, methodical, well thought out, and innovative your ideas are – the better they will fare.

6. Please remember to write in complete sentences and have proper justifications for your points of view. These justifications may be in the form of citations or a simple logical argument. You can also come up with hypothetical situations or utilize organizations we talked about in the lectures to illustrate your point.

Questions:

  • What is People Analytics and how does it differ from a traditional HR department? Compare and contrast two pillars of HR in terms of what is traditionally in place in HR and how they will look with People Analytics in place. Use real-life organizational examples (from lectures or from your research) while making your comparisons.
  • What are the most pressing obstacles to implementing people analytics in the current organizations? What are some of the ways that these obstacles can be overcome?
  • How do you envision the future of people analytics? What are the opportunities and challenges to such a future?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of having people analytics in small organizations?
  • What are the most important people analytics lessons you learned from the class? How will you use these lessons as a manager?