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The Black Mouse: What Talia, Ed, and Nassim taught me about talent analytics today

On my commute home last night, my 10 yr old rang me with an upset voice. This is not unusual. She has little sisters. This call was different. She was upset because a 13 yr old named Talia Castellano had died. I

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Talent Management Summarized by a Fine Purveyor of Whitefish

Did I just say whitefish?  You’re darned right I did. Heard on the radio this morning a great quote from the owner of Russ & Daughters, a 4th generation seller of lox, whitefish, and other spreads:  “We’re dealing with a

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People really do think that computers are people too

One of my favorite books in the past couple of years is “The Man Who Lied to His Laptop” by Clifford Nass.  He’s a Stanford researcher who has been fascinated with human-computer interaction, but not in the the usual user

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Holiday Math Funneh

Holidaymathfunneh from Jeremy Shapiro Happy Holidays everyone.

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A very merry (quantitative) Christmas

And may both you and your data both grow and prosper exponentially in 2013. Compliments of xkcd.com

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Pumpkin Pie Analytics | Science News

Social network analysis… on pumpkin pie.   Happy Thanksgiving!   Cooking can be surprisingly forgiving | Science & Society | Science News.

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Would you comment on the latest public draft of this ANSI standard?

I’d like to ask you to read through the latest draft of Guidelines for Reporting Human Capital to Investors and submit a comment ( not here, but on the link provided. )  A few notes: 1. The team that developed

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Ya Can’t See the Forest Through the Trees

I was talking with a doctor on the train the other day who was complaining about the current state of medicine. It wasn’t  a complaint about insurance fees – it was actually about evidence-based medicine.  His complaint, ” Doctors today

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We don’t need no stinkin’ offices

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWr_PLbBxno

Haas School of Business Researcher Henry Chesbrough talking about Open Innovation.

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HR technology + corn chips, perfect together

I was listening to a random piece on NPR, which I admit is where I frequently come up with ideas for posts, when I heard a CEO of a gaming company talk about their shift in strategy. They, like many

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50% of Jeremy

Talent metrics and human capital analytics galore.                                                                        

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Cornell ILR, Metrics that Matter: How HR Analytics Impact the Bottom Line, June 3-4, 2014 or November 13-14, New York, NY

HBR Webinar (Recording) - Competing on Talent Analytics November, 2011

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