Posts tagged podcast
Episode 016: Ian O’Keefe: A Conversation with JPMorgan Chase’s Managing Director, Head of People Analytics

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!

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Episode 012: Beverly Tarulli- A Conversation with Vice President, Human Capital Strategy & Workforce Analytics at PepsiCo

Beverly Tarulli, Vice President of Human Capital Strategy & Workforce Analytics at PepsiCo comes on the podcast and shares some of the challenges that she's encountered, their biggest achievements, and her own philosophy towards her work.

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Episode 009: A Discussion of Big Data and Inclusionary Practices

Zev Eigen, Littler Mendelson's Global Director of Data Analytics, has an unusual background in that he is both an employment attorney and also a data scientist. As such, he's in a unique position to talk about some of the opportunities and the risks posed by some of the cutting edge data science techniques that are increasingly being applied to the workforce. 

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Episode 008: A Conversation with Mass Mutual's CHRO

Eddie Ahmed, the CHRO Mass Mutual, joins the podcast to talk about the stock ticker-like people analytics readout that he aspires to create, the one trait he thinks is most critical in people analytics practitioners, and Mass Mutual's efforts to promote employee wellness by providing incentives for them to engage in healthy behaviors. 

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Episode 005: A Conversation with The Wharton School's George W. Taylor

Dr. Peter Cappelli (one of HR Magazine's Top 5 influencers in management) joins us on the podcast to talk about how the interesting topics in HR research have evolved over the year, the emergence of people analytics, and the fact that interest in these topics seems to be cyclical.

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