There are mainly two types of People Analytics companies use to analyze
Traditional People Analytics
Organizational Network Analysis (ONA)
Example Roles Super-connectors: Mitchell | Isolated Employees: Ramirez
ONA detects crucial factors that most companies can NOT afford to ignore
LEAD provides the most cutting-edge people analytics from Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) to answer pertinent questions:
How does information and communication flow in the organization currently?
LEAD provides you recommendations on how to shift the flow to the ideal stage.
Who are the most influential employees or teams?
Besides recognition and rewards, LEAD quantifies their comparative impact.
Are some employees at a higher risk of exit?
Burnout and underappreciation are usually the ignored factors, but we’ve got you covered.
Put Your People First
Build a culture that understands the value of employees. LEAD’s custom AI focuses on the experiences and wellbeing of employees and identifies signs of burnout and disengagement, to ensure People Operations is up to date on employee performance.
Practice Effective Listening
Gain first-hand knowledge of what employees need to stay engaged. From the best cross-team-building practices to ONA people analytics, using LEAD drives employee retention.
Understand Employee Connections Through ONA
LEAD provides data to reveal employee potential and habits through connectedness and intra-workforce relationships. By identifying network members whose contributions go unrecognized, pivotal relationships and collaborations can be developed through peer and inclusion programs to scale efficiency and productivity.
See what HR leaders and management experts say about ONA
Dr. Jaime Teevan,
Chief Scientist for Microsoft's Experiences and Devices division and Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington, with a PhD from MIT.
Dr. Amy C. Edmondson,
Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School and author of "The Fearless Organization."
Dr. Adam Grant,
Saul P. Steinberg Professor of Management at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and bestselling author of "Give and Take," "Originals," and "Think Again."