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from the 2013 Human Capital Analytics Conference


30 May, 2014 | (01 hr)

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Organizations are drowning in data but starving for predictive analytics insight. C-suite executives and HR know big data and predictive analytics are the future but hesitate to act. This session will feature a simple business case to encourage the C-suite to adopt these new tools. This webcast will discuss real-world case studies showing how a few simple metrics, used in combination with visualization, can unlock predictive insight, root cause identification and ROI.

Audience: Anyone who wants to know how to design and deliver human capital analytics in a way that positively affects organizational outcomes. Human resources, finance, and IT professionals will find this webcast of interest.

Speakers

Jeff Higgins

Jeff Higgins
Chief Executive Officer
Human Capital Management Institute

Mr. Higgins is the chief executive officer of the Human Capital Management Institute, a driving force in Workforce analytics at leading companies who transform workforce data into a source of value creation via planning and predictive modeling. With his unique combination of experience ...Full Bio

Stephanie Cady

Stephanie Cady (Moderator)
Staff Writer, Research Editorial
The Conference Board

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