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    Please direct questions to: joe.grohovsky@onemodel.co
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    Join our guest speaker, Courtney McMahon, Global Director of People Analytics for Colgate-Palmolive, sharing her experience about using ONA About this Event You are invited to attend the next Philadelphia People Analytics Meet Up being held VIRTUALLY on January 27 2021. The intent of this Meet Up is to share best practices and serve our growing community of senior leaders and analysts who are building their people analytics teams and expanding their capabilities. Join us to learn from our members and guest speaker on their use of Organizational Network
  5. En general en la vida, ganamos la partida cuando alineamos lo que queremos con lo que somos capaces de hacer y es, además, útil al mundo de alguna forma. El pasado miércoles 11 de noviembre, 11/11, celebramos el segundo Meetup íntegro sobre People Analytics y puedo afirmar que conseguimos ganar de nuevo. La razón por la que fue así es que lo que pudimos hacer fue lo que nos habíamos propuesto con el añadido que sirvió para compartir conocimiento y desarrollarnos también como profesionales. El reto era importante: veníamos de más de seis meses de confinamient
  6. From December 2020 the HR Analytics ThinkTank will allow any university in the world to get full access to our exclusive content for their active students. The ThinkTank library includes reports, webinars, and blog posts from HR analytics industry leaders and academics. We ask the HR lecturers or program directors to please complete this form to get access for your students! From the first time we shared our analysis of HR analytics functions in 2015, the HR Analytics ThinkTank has strived to produce content supported by evidence and a drive to share the insights with our co
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    The Human Resources function is changing drastically. Once mainly administrative and transactional, the use of HR analytics has reshaped it into one that has transformational and strategic influence. New technology now provides people professionals with access to critical data and insights about the workforce, which can be analyzed to make better business and people decisions for the future. This AnalyzeHR event will have experts in the field provide insight into using data and technology to improve employee experiences, build trust and empathy with employee feed
  8. People Analytics Birmingham (www.meetup.com/birmingham-people-analytics-meet-up) held its First People Analytics Meetup on Wednesday 28th October 2020 via Zoom. We were lucky to have HR and People Analytics professionals joining us via zoom from the UK and he US. We had a guest speaker Matthew Mee (Director, Workforce Intelligence at Emsi UK) was our guest speaker. Matthew Spoke about what people analytics is, current state of the labour market and what the demand of people analytics is. We also broke into discussions every 15 - 20 minutes and talked about a variety of people analytics topic
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    Hi!We have spanish meetup the 11th of november, its going to be a very international one as we have 3 great speakers from different countries: Sergio Garcia Mora from Argentina, María Jesús Belizón Cebada, Ph.D. from Ireland and Macarena Estevez from Spain. We will talk about the opportunities People Analytics is given us during pandemia and how the future looks. You can register here: https://lnkd.in/dYRS6NN
  10. Back in 2017, I interviewed 22 heads of HR analytics functions for an HRTT report [link to report] One of the interesting things that struck me when I was conducting that research was how many examples I found of super smart and talented HR analytics teams doing great work in providing high quality analytics to their organisations, but then finding that the HRBP community wasn’t really making much use of their analysis. As one HR analytics leader put it “HR think we make great dinner party guests, but they don’t want to talk to us in the office the next morning.” A common explanat
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    Join us in December as we host Assistant Professor @Mike Ulrich and other members from the HR Analytics ThinkTank research team as we discuss the highlights from our recent career path research, and formally launch the report to the community. In September nearly 300 HR and people analytics professionals took part in our research, contributing their career experience through surveys and even sharing their CVs, so that we could analyse the industry as a whole. Our aim is to provide free insights and evidence so that our community can make better choices about their own careers.
  12. Across virtually every discipline, the world today is swimming in data. Its value, however, doesn’t lie in the data itself but in what people do with it―in its interpretation. Surprisingly, this has always been the case, but the fact is so rarely emphasized that many people think of it as a modern challenge. Consider the skies above us. The sun, moon, stars, and planets have circled overhead since long before humans evolved. And once people appeared on the scene, the relevant orbits were there for everyone to see, in what may be the most democratic data set that ever existed, to which nob
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    The meetup community leaders have joined forces and organised the first Australian-wide HR analytics meetup (virtual) event on the 25th November. Times are: 4 pm Perth 6 pm Brisbane 7pm Sydney & Melbourne Presenters are Adam McKinnon and Sambit Das More details will follow
  14. 2020, a great year of meetups and connecting with our wonderful People Analytics community. What better way than to end 2020 by coming to our last meetup of the year on Dec 1, a Predictive Turnover THROWDOWN. Preetha Ghatak Mukharjee, Shweta Patil, Steve X. Gao and Tomeka Hill-Thomas, PhD face-off in our Dec Meetup for the best predictive turnover approach. Listen to feedback from our celebrity judges, Cyriac Mathew, Cara Davies and Ryan Hammond. Audience... you have the final vote for your favorite contestant! RSVP: https://lnkd.in/dvAs9iA
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  16. Angela Ignam Mathon is one of the HR Analytics ThinkTank Board advisors and has been working with our research teams and helping guide their work this year. To find out more about the current research projects please click here. In this article Angela explores some of the reasons that you may not be seeing value from your HR and people analytics. People Analytics is the study of human capital with an aim to assess workforce performance, productivity, and profitability of the people in a business, market or industry. Human capital is an intangible asset with tremendous economic val
  17. Chicagoland People Analytics Meetup. Meta McKinney, Associate Manager of Talent Intelligence at Stryker will present on how to use external data relating to talent, skills, occupations, functions, competitors, and locations to enable strategic business decisions.Participants who attend will:• Learn about what Talent Intelligence is and why companies are adding this function to their TA organization• Learn about some of the common tools used in gathering external labor market data RSVP:
  18. Predicting (hourly) Employee Turnover (Virtual Event) Janelle Ketterer is a People Analytics enthusiast in the Chicagoland area, where she has focused on building a harmonized database to allow for advanced analytic modeling and data visualization as it relates to a variety of Talent Analytics initiatives, including predicting turnover at an employee level.Participants attending this session will hear about how Janelle has tackled predicting hourly turnover, focusing on:-Building a harmonized dataset and data structure for modeling purposes-Key factors involved when constructing her R c
  19. A virtual meetup hosted by the Chicagoland People Analytics Meetup Group. Dr. Abdifatah Ali , Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management is an expert on workplace diversity and inclusion. His research focuses on establishing equitable employment opportunity practices and how motivation and emotions shape behavior in organizations. Participants who attend will: - Learn how D&I efforts have changed over time and what organizations should be focusing on in the future. - Learn about an ongoing research partnership with HR prac
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    On 8 December at 6pm UK the London HR and People Analytics meetup community will be meeting virtually for the last time in 2020. As always we will be hearing from a great speaker line-up, doing a few quizzes with some prizes and following the great feedback from last time, we'll do some online networking too! At the session our speakers will be Ioannis Nerantzakis (Global Business Intelligence at Lloyds Register) sharing his experiences as a former people analyst now a general business analytics lead, whilst @Dharmesh Chauhan (Global Head of People Analytics at Argus Media) will be
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    HR Analytics Priorities During Covid-19 and the New Normal Contributors: Cormac Hennessy (Optum) Michelle Cummins (Boston Scientific) Jonathan Grant (Bank of Ireland) HR analytics ireland meetup virtual (4).pdf
  22. The aim of the HR Analytics ThinkTank is to provide HR Analytics professionals to build functions that have a greater impact and better manage their own careers. Since 3n Strategy founded the ThinkTank is 2015, we have employed a unique evidence-based approach to our industry analysis, which was further enhanced by our academic partnerships with the University of Leeds (2017) and Utah State University (2019), and the addition of our Practitioner Board Advisors in 2020. I am delighted to announce that over the summer University College Dublin is joining the HR Analytics ThinkTank a
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    In exchange for taking part in HR Analytics ThinkTank research, and sharing your knowledge and experiences with our research teams, you will join our community and get access to exclusive content and reports - including this webinar. In this webinar, @Angela Ignam, Head of People Analytics at Aviva and Board Advisor to the HR Analytics ThinkTank, and Byron Hagen, Head of HR Systems, will be taking us through their HR data journey. During the webinar we will hear: How has Aviva been investing in HR and people analytics? How HR and people analytics is being used to help
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    The Birmingham People Analytics Meetup is therefore delighted to announce that we will be holding a follow-up session the following week with an expert panel to answer questions which will have occurred to you during the week. Our panel consists of @Max Blumberg (People Analytics Consultant), @Dave Millner (Consulting Partner) and @Gishan Nissanka (Global People Analytics Business Partner). We will be discussing the following: - Types of People Analytics - The Job Families Then we will go into Networking at the end of the event. Dress code - Optional
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    This is the first Birmingham People Analytics Meet Up. It will be informal but we will be having a discussion around Talent and Labour Market Analytics! Participants who attend will: Learn more about labour market data and how organisations are using it within People Analytics Get the latest updates on the UK labour in light of the ongoing pandemic Get a sneak preview on the forthcoming Research being conducted by Emsi and the Josh Bersin Academy: ‘Understanding the Anthropology of HR’ Networking - There will be networking at the end of the event
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    Nothing can stop us from getting together for our usual summer social! This time we will use all the skills acquired over the past few months of physical (not social) distancing on how to run fun virtual events. We plan to have the typical components: networking, drinks (you will have to bring your own tho), supportive community (think about things you want to share or need help with), and of course - lots of fun! (times are EST) Register here: https://www.meetup.com/HRAnalyticsPros/events/272253056/
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