Optimize employee performance and plan for the future of work—with a data-driven approach
Evidence-based workforce management is how cutting-edge organizations compete in the talent marketplace. In the age of big data, analytics makes the difference when it comes to optimizing employee performance and planning for the future of work.
Increasingly, executives making human capital decisions use facts rather than intuition or basic metrics to model demand scenarios, predict critical skill requirements, and align their talent to achieve business goals. This is where West Monroe adds real value.
Our multidisciplinary approach is tailor-made for creating a data-driven talent strategy. Combining human capital expertise, industry experience, and deep technical, data, and analytics skills, we partner with you to drive business results—including lower costs, higher productivity, and greater competitiveness.
Are you prepared to attract the best talent in an evolving, global market? We’ll analyze the labor market for insight into availability, quality, and affordability of talent across global markets. Our team can also provide analyses to support site selection, offshoring, and contingent labor strategies.
What moves should you make to support business goals? We’ll help you integrate data from disparate systems to visualize workforce performance and spot areas of opportunity. Then, we use analytics-driven insight to build your talent strategy, including using modeling techniques to quantify impacts of talent strategies on revenue, profitability, productivity, safety, and other business measures.
Can you make talent moves with confidence, knowing how they will affect cost and other key performance metrics? We’ll help you improve talent performance by using modeling and analysis capabilities to:
How can you design structure, spans, and layers for maximum impact? We use analytics and visualizations to model these variables, understand their impact on key metrics, and identify the right combination of design elements for your specific operations and strategy. We use analytics to aid organizational design in other ways, as well – for example, to improve work efficiency and effectiveness and design the ideal workforce mix.