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.
Only a cursory glance at daily business news and corporate social media feeds confirms this as the year of “organisational culture” and “people analytics”. These days, job hunters consider online reviews of office cultures, while a firm’s executive leadership know that their corporate culture influences company value and performance.
In a Duke Fuqua School of Business survey of 1,400 CEOs and CFOs, 92% believed improving their firm’s corporate culture would improve the value of the company. And more than 50% said that culture influences productivity, creativity and profitability.