Reporting vs. Analytics: Solving Critical Workforce Challenges

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Zack Johnson, GM, Strategic Solutions and Partnerships, Visier and Sarah Mullens, Product Manager—Skill Analytics, Degreed

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In today’s competitive business landscape, organizations are increasingly turning to analytics for the answers they need to make confident decisions. While reports provide data, analytics provide the insight companies need to make informed decisions. But how—or why—is this the case? Despite that the number of businesses taking advantage of analytics is steadily increasing, the average person’s understanding of analytics remains vague. This webinar will focus on the differentiators between reports and analytics, the unique outputs of each, and the technical differences that make it all possible.

During this event, you will learn:

  • What people analytics is and how it differs from HR reporting
  • How to get started with analytics
  • Best practices for solving critical workforce challenges with analytics


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Zack Johnson
Zack Johnson

GM, Strategic Solutions and Partnerships, Visier

Zack Johnson loves building businesses, and he loves people analytics. He has spent 14 years building the people analytics market, and he has brought people insights to thousands of organizations. Beyond Visier, he lectures on business and people analytics at Northwestern University, NYU, West Point, and other higher education institutions.

Sarah Mullens
Sarah Mullens

Product Manager—Skill Analytics, Degreed

Sarah is the product manager for skill analytics at Degreed, where she works alongside clients to understand and shape the skills of their workforce. She’s spent six years in the learning experience platform space in roles spanning product, implementation, customer success, and solutions consulting. Before software, she worked in education and economic development, and she has a degree in mathematics from Hampshire College.