Big Data clearly has the ability to grab headlines in the business and HR arenas. But bigger data does not always mean better data. When we are concerned with leading, managing or supporting change in organisations, then “small data” can be HR’s best friend. Far from being trivial, small data on a human scale can herald early warning signs of change in organisations. That’s why it is so important for HR professionals to ensure that it is not simply brushed under the carpet.

Big Data clearly has the ability to grab headlines in the business and HR arenas. But bigger data does not always mean better data. When we are concerned with leading, managing or supporting change in organisations, then “small data” can be HR’s best friend. Far from being trivial, small data on a human scale can herald early warning signs of change in organisations. That’s why it is so important for HR professionals to ensure that it is not simply brushed under the carpet.

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