Alderbrooke scoops prestigious prize for Behavioural Analytics at Wharton People Analytics Conference
Alderbrooke, the human capital consultancy, is today pleased to announce that it has received the People’s Choice award at the prestigious Wharton People Analytics Conference 2017.
The prize was awarded in recognition of the work undertaken to develop and implement its market leading behavioural analytics platform – CultureScope.
The CultureScope platform allows organisations to analyse their unique corporate culture by combining employee behaviour data and company specific objectives. This provides quantified insights that significantly improve how organisations understand and impact risk, diversity, talent and organisational performance.
The competition saw Alderbrooke overcome competitors from across the globe to win the award. The Wharton People Analytics Conference is a hallmark event in the industry calendar, and recognises the success of entrepreneurial ventures in the field of people analytics. The People’s Choice award is voted for by leading industry academics, practitioners and opinion formers.
Hani Nabeel, Chief Occupational Psychologist, Alderbrooke, comments:
“We are thrilled to have been recognised at this year’s Wharton People Analytics awards. As one of only two British representatives present on the evening, we believe that our success reaffirms our status as a key industry innovator. To have received this accolade from The Wharton School – one of the world’s finest business schools and the stand out academic institution in the field of people analytics -makes this win all the more rewarding.”
James Tarbit, Head of Employee Insight at HSBC says:
“Whilst we commissioned Culturescope for a specific research project, we quickly realised the wide-ranging impact and uses of the model and are now using it for everything from defining our strategy for diversity and inclusion to assessing how we measure and communicate our performance and values behaviours. Culturescope has provided HSBC with a powerful new lens with which to view every aspect of its culture.”