“A lot of people don’t like their job, and so if we can bring a little insight and intelligence to inform people and organizations how they can make work more productive, engaging and a better place to be, then we will have gotten somewhere.”
– Gregg Carman, Humanyze
Some call it “the quantified workplace” or “social physics” but Humanyze prefers the term “people analytics” – measuring how work gets done and how effective it is. Your workplace is watching you but with the objective of creating a more engaging and satisfying place in which to work.
Paul Miller speaks to Gregg Carman, Executive Vice President of Global Commercial Operations at Humanyze, about how they are helping their clients to replace performance reviews and employee surveys with anonymized, alpha-numeric data captured from measuring technology usage, sensors and wearables, to make their organizations more productive and profitable, along with improving the experience for employees.
Follow the conversation as Paul and Gregg discuss AI and the science behind the analytics; how Humanyze’s thinking has developed over time; and the ever-sensitive subject of respecting employee privacy.
Show notes, links and resources for this episode:
Digital workplace integration: Key approaches to drive benefits, free report by the Digital Workplace Group
Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, Yuval Noah Harari
Digital Workplace Impact: How NASA explores digital space in the 21st century (with David Meza)