Use data to drive culture – not ‘Hawaiian shirt Fridays’, says Decoded expert

Debate around the use of Big Data focuses too much on technology, while social changes affecting people are being ignored, digital innovation strategist Rahaf Harfoush has told an audience of HR professionals.

Mon, 18 May 2015 | By DeeDee Doke

 

Debate around the use of Big Data focuses too much on technology, while social changes affecting people are being ignored, digital innovation strategist Rahaf Harfoush has told an audience of HR professionals.

Co-author of 2014’s The Decoded Company: Know Your Talent Better Than You...

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