On 6 July, the London HR and People Analytics Meetup looks forward to hosting an interactive virtual session with Keith McNulty, who returns to our stage as we celebrate the (physical) book launch of his Handbook of Regression Modeling in People Analytics.
Mathematician, statistician, human capital analytics leader, Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, Psychometrician and Data Scientist in R and Python and Global Director of Talent Science and Analytics for McKinsey. Keith McNulty is a globally recognised leader in the people analytics space and a champion for the technical side of the practice.
In July the London People Analytics group is excited to welcome Keith back to our Meetup stage where we will be celebrating the print and Kindle launch of his now famous e-handbook, Handbook of Regression Modeling in People Analytics.
Unlike our usual sessions, Keith will be presenting during both halves of the session, with our usual networking break in between. We are working with Keith to add in interactive components and maybe even some live coding, and will also be combining the session with a special mini-study being conducted by the HR Analytics ThinkTank.
Topics Keith will be covering:
1. What is regression modeling?
2. Why is regression modeling like a ‘Swiss Army knife’ in People Analytics?
3. When to use different types of regression techniques.
4. Live examples of regression modeling using datasets from the book
And of course, we'll be doing a half-hour networking break for everyone to meet and chat like normal!
All the author’s proceeds from the sale of Handbook of Regression Modeling in People Analytics and from the London Meetup will be donated to R-Ladies, an organization which promotes diversity in statistical programming. Please click here for more information:https://rladies.org/
About the London HR and People Analytics Meetup Community
The London HR and People Analytics meetup is a community of over one thousand HR and people data enthusiasts. Representing industry veterans and aspiring leaders to data scientist and students to non-HR nerds. We have three rules:
This is NOT a conference, so don’t treat it like one.
There is no wrong question OR answer. Ask any question you want (about analytics)!
Innovation comes from people talking. So talk to as many different people as you can.