You know the impact that HR analytics can deliver. But knowing isn’t enough. Now you need buy-in from your partners across the business. You need them to see that HR analytics isn’t just refining operations or tidying up compliance processes – it’s about increasing business value for the whole organization.

Your business case needs to show how people data can be tied to business goals and turned into defined KPIs so your stakeholders are as convinced as you are.

To really convince, you’ll also need proof points using your own internal data. To find out how to do that, read this guide to creating the business case for HR analytics.