KPI tree preview. Document date 11/1/16
Name Description Performance Value
HR Strategy This scorecard project is an example of how a strategy map for HR can look like, and what KPIs can be used to track the performance of HR. Based on the article: https://bscdesigner.com/hr-balanced-scorecard.htm 22.33%
Financial Perspective 0% 0
Increase profit per employee 0% 0
Improve talent attraction strategy New talent attraction strategy required as talent shortages are getting worse 0% 0
Widening the potential talent pool Widening the potential talent pool for position by greater ‘inclusion’ 68.83% 41.3
Customer Perspective 34.42% 20.65
Improve talent attraction strategy New talent attraction strategy required as talent shortages are getting worse 0% 0
Upgrade retention programmes Upgrade retention programmes due to an up-coming period of high staff turnover 14.49% 14.49
Widening the potential talent pool Widening the potential talent pool for position by greater ‘inclusion’ 68.83% 41.3
Diversity and inclusion 68.83% 41.3
Lower new hire level Lower new hire level from 80 to 50 job evaluation points by new induction programmes 30% 70
Reduce employee turnover level by 30% 93% 7
Internal Process Perspective 45.83% 30.5
Big Data Integration
Upgrade retention programmes Upgrade retention programmes due to an up-coming period of high staff turnover 14.49% 14.49
Reactive Operational Reporting - Level 1 56.4% 56.4
Proactive Advanced Reporting - Level 2 1.56% 1.56
Strategic Analytics - Level 3 0% 0
Predictive Analytics - Level 4 0% 0
Reduce employee turnover level by 30% 93% 7
Employee turnover 93% 7
Data-driven decisions for HR Putting data and statistics at the heart of HR decision making
Lower new hire level Lower new hire level from 80 to 50 job evaluation points by new induction programmes 30% 70
New hire entry level, job evaluation points 30% 70
Learning & Growth Perspective 0% 0
Data-driven decisions for HR Putting data and statistics at the heart of HR decision making