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    WATCH IT AGAIN: Data Science and Predictive Analytics in HR

    Originally posted in 2019

     

    On Tuesday, we launched the latest HR Analytics ThinkTank report, Predictive Analytics and Data Science: A Guide for HR Analytics Leaders. Download instructions below.

    As part of this, the ThinkTank's Professor @Andy Charlwood (Professor of HRM) and Dr Danat Valizade (Senior Lecturer on Quantitative Methods) from University of Leeds took us through their ThinkTank paper, focusing on the use of real predictive analytics techniques used to connect HR factors to business outcomes in the care industry (nursing homes).

    Thank you to everyone who left some positive feedback. If you would like to watch it again, or if you missed the webinar, we are delighted to share the webinar with everyone, below:

     

    A few people have commented that the webinar was both quite "advanced" and quite "technical". As most of our community will know, our research and content (all for free) spans the spectrum of HR analytics content, from strategy topics to the advanced techniques to exploring change management. We believe that in order to develop the practice of HR analytics, we need to innovate and profile thought at each end of the spectrum. Even if you aren't a data scientist yourself, we hope you find the session useful, and will contribute your thoughts for how these techniques might help your organisation's decision making.

    Download the Report
    If you're a ThinkTank participant, you can login and download the report, Predictive Analytics and Data Science: A Guide for HR Analytics Leaders, from the Forum. If you can't reach the report, please email contact@3nstrategy.com and we'll help you get access.

     

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    Related Links
    ThinkTank Overview: Please click here
    Report Announcement: Please click here
    Meetup Recording: Please click here

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