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09 July, 2015 | (01 hr)
New sources of human capital data—electronic sensing, email headers and online calendars, and real-time big data from internal social media—can give companies new insights to improve performance.
Many employers fear such practices are too Big Brother-like or even illegal. Yet big data isn’t going to go away. It will become an increasingly important tool for optimizing human capital. New research from The Conference Board describes the risks, opportunities, and practical steps companies can take to use these new data sources for competitive advantage.
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Who Should Attend HR professionals, general counsel, learning professionals, information professionals, privacy/Legal professionals, human capital analysts
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Mary B. Young, D.B.A.
Dr. Mary Young leads The Conference Board’s program of research on digital transformation’s human capital impacts, big data and human capital analytics, and strategic workforce planning.
Mary is the author of more than 25 research publications from The Conference Boardin...Full Bio
Patti P. Phillips, Ph.D.
Dr. Patti Phillips is president and CEO of ROI Institute, Inc. A renowned leader in measurement and evaluation, she helps organizations implement her ROI Methodology in 70 countries around the world. Since 1997, she has been a driving force in the global adoption of the
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