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The Data Experiment: Using Science in Human Resources
Creating best practice used to be what HR departments tried to do. Networking and learning what others do was important to bring back and implement in their organization, but times have changed. Instead of trying to do what others do because it added value for another group, you should be thinking differently. Should you be focused on innovation and creativity and use data both internal and external to solve a problem or to enhance what you currently do today? How about using the scientific method?
• Assessing human capital and other company data as the basis to solve problems
• Using a proven scientific method to improve programs or solve problems related to companies’ human capital
• Drawing alignment to what insights people data can provide and what is meaningful
• Correlate the data to real world issues and use it to solve problems, implement programs, or design new solutions
• Improve ways to share people data and what it can tell you about an organization or its operations
Speaker Bio for Matthew Stensland:
Matthew Stensland serves as the Senior Director and Head of HR Service Delivery for Tenet Healthcare, a publicly traded company with 100,000 employees across the US, Canada, and the Philippines, headquartered in Dallas, TX. His role is to keep making doing business with Human Resources easier, through technology implementations, easy to access HR services, and minimizing risk through strong HR Compliance programs.
Matthew has spent 16 years in the practice of Human Resources in a variety of roles as an independent contributor from an HR Service Specialist, Compensation Analyst, Strategic Operations & Analytics Manager to leading various HR departments: Compensation, HR and Vendor Management, HR Reporting & Analytics, HR Operations and HRIS, and HR Compliance. Matthew has spent most of his career in the healthcare industry and currently serves on two non-profit boards: St. Philip & St. Augustine Catholic Academy in SE Dallas, and most recently Camp John Marc.
He holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Dallas and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of New Mexico, with a dual concentration in Human Resources and Organizational Leadership.
When Matthew is not working, he spends his free time hanging out with his spouse and 2 dogs: Mr. Chompers & Jazi and is always focusing on improving his health and fitness. He is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, most recently has begun writing a book helping busy professionals find ways and time to eat healthy, exercise, and improve confidence. He hopes he can make it a NY Times BestSeller (haha).
This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.”
Mid Cities HR Association is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.
This program is approved 1 recertification credit through HRCI.
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