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Producing reports is only the beginning. Many large and successful companies still struggle to make use of reports during decision-making a part of the widespread fabric of managerial behavior. By distributing reports that were defined with help from the user groups and aligned with their strategic objectives and operational needs, the usage of HR metrics and reports will become a standard part of the daily activities of leadership in an organization.
Periodically checking in with each critical audience is needed to review the reports for utility and importance to them. Quarterly or semi-annual sessions with a sampling of each group keep the metrics and analyses fresh in mind. Adjustments to both the metrics and their presentation (graphs, charts, tables, etc.) help keep the reports relevant to their needs.