How Google is using people analytics to completely reinvent HR

If you haven’t read in the news before, Google stock price brook $800 for the first time in 2013. Since then, Google moved into the No. 3 position among the most valuable firms in the world, people analytics being one of the major reasons.

Google is clearly the youngest firm among the leaders; it has surprisingly been less than a decade since Google’s IPO.

Most companies on the top 20 market cap list could be accurately described as “old school,” because most can attribute their success to being nearly half a century old, having a long-established product brand, or through great acquisitions. Google’s market success can instead be attributed to what can only be labeled as extraordinary people management practices that result from its use of “people analytics.” Read more

Google’s former HR boss shares 10 secrets to running a company everyone wants to work for

In the 10 years he worked at Google as its senior vice president of people operations, Laszlo Bock saw the company transform into a powerful global company, growing from 6,000 employees to nearly 60,000.

While at Google, Bock developed management strategies with his team to make it one of the most desirable places to work for top tech talent, he wrote in his 2015 book “Work Rules!”

Bock’s methods have helped Google become one of the happiest companies in America. He left the tech giant in 2016 to become the CEO and Cofounder of Humu, a company that takes a data-driven approach to help people be happier at work. Read more


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