Infohrm Announces Dates and Locations for its 2010 Academy Workshops

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Sessions Offer Comprehensive Training on Using Workforce Planning and Analytics to Significantly Improve Business Performance

Senior executives across all industries realize the importance of using workforce, financial, and operational data to improve how their organizations' recruit, develop, and retain critical talent, both for 2010 and beyond

Infohrm, the global leader in workforce planning, reporting, and analytics, today announced dates and locations for the 2010 Infohrm Academy series of public workshops. The Infohrm Academy has taught thousands of HR and business managers in every region of the globe and continues to expand its offerings to include 11 courses, enabling content geared towards all skill levels.

Infohrm's workshops are organized especially for HR directors, managers, and analysts seeking to improve their capabilities in implementing and managing workforce analytics, planning, and reporting initiatives. They have an emphasis on strategic alignment of human capital and the critical contribution of the workforce to overall organizational success. Infohrm workshops have qualified for HRCI continuing education credits.

Through expert coaching from Infohrm Academy staff, participants are better able to:

  • Create in-depth workforce plans aligned with strategic planning and budgeting cycles
  • Pinpoint and investigate opportunities for reducing operating expenses
  • Use data to analyze the productivity of critical job families, sales staff, and high performers
  • Predict the revenue and cost implications of future talent management decisions

"Senior executives across all industries realize the importance of using workforce, financial, and operational data to improve how their organizations' recruit, develop, and retain critical talent, both for 2010 and beyond," said Paige Menge, Manager of Infohrm's Consulting Services and Director of the Infohrm Academy. "Infohrm's global Academy series is the most comprehensive professional development program available for individuals and teams seeking the technical and strategic skills necessary for leading a business-focused analytics and planning function."

The schedule for the first half of 2010 is as follows:

San Francisco:
January 26 – Metrics Essentials
January 27-28 – Workforce Planning – Foundational, and Workforce Analytics - Foundational

Boston:
February 23 – Workforce Reporting
February 24 and 25 – Workforce Planning – Foundational, and Workforce Analytics - Foundational

Chicago:
March 16 – Workforce Measurement for Business Managers
March 17 and 18 – Analytics Center of Excellence, and Workforce Analytics - Foundational

Washington DC:
April 21 and 22 – Workforce Analytics - Foundational, Workforce Planning - Foundational, Analytics Center of Excellence, and Financial Metrics for Human Capital

New York:
June 8 – Financial Metrics for Human Capital, and Workforce Measurement for Business Managers
June 9-10 –Workforce Analytics-Advanced, and Workforce Planning- Advanced

According to Clark Hyman, Senior Manager Human Capital at ATK, "The workshop had great instructors with good teaching and engagement skills. I will attend again and recommend the workshops to co-workers."

Participants can register via the Infohrm Academy homepage or by calling Infohrm at (202) 589-2660.

About Infohrm
Infohrm is the global leader in workforce planning, reporting, and analytics. We give business leaders the tools to improve the quality of their data-driven human capital decisions. These tools range from enablement technology, human capital dashboards, strategic consulting, HR professional development, thought leadership, to human capital benchmarking. Learn more at http://www.infohrm.com/
Contact Information:

Mick Collins
Vice President
202-589-2679

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