Do., 28. Apr.|
PPA Coffee Webinar: Data-driven Diversity Management
What are the best HR practices for diversity and inclusion? Dr. Stefanie Nickel (Sandoz) and Prof. Dr. Guido Friebel (Goethe University Frankfurt) discussed how data-driven tools and research insights can help in identifying problems and finding solutions for fostering diversity in firms.
Time & Location
28. Apr. 2022, 16:00 MESZ
About the event
PPA Coffee webinars are a series of online events where we bring together a researcher and an HR leader to reflect on a topic related to People Analytics and HR Practices. Our first webinar was dedicated to Data-driven Diversity Management.
Enhancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace has become a top priority for many organizations. However, initiatives are often not supported by the right tools to identify problems and to find solutions. As organizations are committing to fostering diversity, it is up to HR departments to lead their path.
- What are the best HR practices your company can make use of?
- How can data-driven and research-oriented tools help in shaping evidence-based firm policies?
- Dr. Stefanie Nickel is a Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Sandoz. Stefanie is a physician by training, she gained clinical experience at the German Heart Center Munich before joining Bain & Company in strategy consulting. After an MBA at the Kellogg School of Management she joined Amgen Germany and held various positions in Management, Marketing and Sales. Stefanie then took the opportunity to work globally for the Sandoz Biopharma division, leading several products as brand director before moving into HR. She took on her current role as Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion in December 2018 and regards inclusion practices as a key business enabler. As a physician in HR she is committed to evidence-based management and to generating organizational evidence for better decision-making and more impact.
- Prof. Dr. Guido Friebel is a Professor of Human Resource Management at Goethe University Frankfurt. His research focus is mainly on human resources, organizational and personnel economics but also on how institutions shape the accumulation and allocation of human capital, focusing on problems of families, gender, and migration. Guido is a fellow at CEPR, IZA, and a VP and a VP of SIOE, a founding member of the Organizational Economics Committee of the German Economic Association (VfS), a member of the Women in Economics Committee of the European Economic Association, the Scientific Advisory Board of Sciences Po, and of ConTrust at Goethe University.
- Prof. Dr. Florian Englmaier is a Professor of Organizational Economics at the University of Munich (LMU) and an academic director of Predictive People Analytics. Florian's main research interest lies in the fields of the Economics of Organizations and Human Resources, where he focuses on agency problems within organizations. In his research, he strives to combine the merits of careful theoretical modelling with sound empirical strategies aiming at uncovering causal relationships. Among others, Florian's studies have contributed to the research in behavioral contracting, relational contracts, team organization and performance, the political economy of state-controlled enterprises, and efficiency of internet auction markets.