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About Nigel Dias

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Me, Myself and HR/People Analytics

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    Chair and Managing Director
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    HR Analytics ThinkTank and 3n Strategy
  • When did you first get involved with HR analytics?
    2008
  • What is your main interest in analytics?
    How, why, when and what decisions are made.

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  1. 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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    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
  3. 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
  4. 'Landing the New Normal' is free and available for anyone to download. In April we ran a short study looking at how HR and people analytics functions were operating during the early phases of the COVID19 crisis. In May, we built on these foundations to explore the decisions organisations were making as they began to adapt for the 'New Normal' - and how HR and people analytics teams were adding value to these decisions. The report, written by @Megan Marie Butler, @Andy Charlwood @Jordan Pettman, @David Shontz, @Mike Ulrich and @Nigel Dias is free and available for downlo
  5. In September last year, I write a guide for How to Run an HR and People Analytics meetup. In those pre-COVID19 days, the guide was really talking about in-person events when we could come within 2 metres of each other and most of us had probably never worn a face mask. Like everything else meetups have gone digital. Since March, HR and people analytics meetup organisers around the world have been experimenting with ways of taking our communities digital. It has been a learning journey, and there are pros and cons to this new format. In this blog I wanted to share the experiences of
  6. Posted in September 2019 on the original ThinkTank forum. Starting and successfully growing an HR and People Analytics meetup community isn't easy, but maybe we can make it a bit easier. This guide will hopefully be a living document, growing as more meetup organisers around the world contribute to it. For now, it is based on the London HR and People Analytics group - here is our overview video, and here are some recordings from our sessions.The six steps below contains the steps we take when we run a meetup, and also contain the support that we - 3n Strategy, our university partne
  7. At the London HR and People Analytics meetup on 12 May, we were delighted to invite @Andrew M to host a talk on #TextAnalysis. Andrew is one of the leading experts on the subject, and gave a great presentation spanning the high level and technical depths of this valuable analytical practice. If you want to understand what #TextAnalytics is, how it works and how it can be applied, this is a great presentation to watch.
  8. In November 2019, Mark Howarth, Global Head of People and Culture Analytics, presented 'Starting a People Analytics Capability to Propel PMI’s Global Transformation', sharing their people and HR analytics story. If you have any questions, please post them below.Find out if there is a meetup near you by clicking here or for alerts straight to your inbox, please join the mailing list.
  9. At the London HR and People Analytics meetup on 12 May, @Adam Mckinnon from Merck took the virtual stage to talk the audience through this great presentation on #NetworkAnalysis. If you want to understand what network analysis is, how it works and how it can be applied, this is a great presentation to watch.
  10. In this presentation, delivered virtually during #PeopleAnalyticsMonth in March 2020 for the London HR and People Analytics Meetup group, Karan Buch from Morgan Stanley gave this talk on Natural Language Processing in HR. If you have any questions, please post them below.Find out if there is a meetup near you by clicking here or for alerts straight to your inbox, please join the mailing list.
  11. In this presentation, delivered virtually during #PeopleAnalyticsMonth in March 2020 for the London HR and People Analytics Meetup group, @Dave Millner talks us through someone the highlights identified from his latest book. If you have any questions, please post them below.Find out if there is a meetup near you by clicking here or for alerts straight to your inbox, please join the mailing list.
  12. In November 2019, @Alessandro Linari from Vodafone hosted the London HR and People Analytics Meetup, and gave this presentation on the lessons they have learned from their analytics journey. If you have any questions, please post them below.Find out if there is a meetup near you by clicking here or for alerts straight to your inbox, please join the mailing list.
  13. On 21 May 2019, @Andreas Kyprianou, Head of EMEA Talent Practice at Bank of America, gave an incredibly entertaining talk about predicting employee performance. At incredibly insightful, statistical and practical talk, it is a much watch for any organisation looking to find ways of improving performance whilst improving the way we recruit. If you have any questions, please post them below.Find out if there is a meetup near you by clicking here or for alerts straight to your inbox, please join the mailing list.
  14. On 21 May 2019, the ThinkTank's @Andy Charlwood, presented a practical example on how he and the University of Leeds have carried out a people analytics investigation, looking at the relationship between workforce factors and the impact on business KPIs, such as residents/patient injuries.Presentation given ahead of the HR Analytics ThinkTank Report, Predictive Analytics and Data Science: A Guide for HR Analytics Leaders. Research participants can download the report from here.
  15. On 18 March 2019, Jared Valdron, People Analytics Lead at Github, gave a talk at the London HR and People Analytics Meetup. During his talk, he talked about his experience and views on understanding and selecting variables when building workforce models. If you have any questions, please post them below.Find out if there is a meetup near you by clicking here or for alerts straight to your inbox, please join the mailing list.
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