Host Matt DeSantis catches up with the folks behind hiQ Labs' latest workforce planning product, Skill Mapper, in an in-depth look at a tool that is helping to answer these questions.
Ian O'Keefe has been involved in 15 years across a wide array of organizations. He led people analytics at Sears, joined Google to work on Laszlo Bock's team, and now heads up talent analytics at JP Morgan Chase, where he's responsible for 63,000 employees. He joins Michael Housman on the podcast to talk about his unique journey, the technology landscape when it comes to people analytics, and more!
Artificial intelligence is the hot topic that everyone's talking about these days, but the term itself is very broad and it touches on predictive analytics, cognitive computing, and even robotics. Regardless of how it's defined, one thing is certain - it's making its way into the workplace through hundreds of different applications, tools, and technologies that people analytics teams can use to leverage the power of data science.
Speaking to Michael Housman from the 2016 Elevation awards, Susan Biancani talks more about Airbnb's inclusion and diversity efforts, their strong focus on transparency when it comes to reporting these numbers, and the unique culture that Airbnb believes starts with their employees and radiates outwards to their customers.
In this Elevate-focused podcast, we hear from Intel's General Manager, Talent Intelligence & Analytics, Alexis Fink, who shares her presentation, “From Optimism to Impact, Getting Results with Talent Analytics," followed by a very special "Man on the Street" segment where our very own Michael Housman interviews attendees at the hiQ Elevate Conference.
Paul Edelman is the managing director and founder of Edelman and Associates - a boutique recruiting company that focuses on people analytics teams - but he's far from your ordinary recruiter. He joins us on the podcast to talk about his work, trends he sees in the field, and the conversation even veers a bit towards some interesting ideas in cognitive psychology