Thanks for visiting the blog and for wondering about the guy who writes it.
My name is Jeremy Shapiro, and I focus on new ways to measure, then act on talent data inside of organizations. I work for a leading global financial institution to do just that, with an extremely talented group of HR leaders.
But, I didn’t start out in HR… For 10 years, I served as a leader (Director to Senior Vice President) of the Hodes iQ Talent Management Suite (www.hodesiq.com) at Bernard Hodes Group. While I served a stint in HR at agency.com, I’ve spent a good deal of my life consulting with large organizations on either human capital analytics or digital recruiting strategies. I have a Masters of Science in Information Systems from NYU, working with some of the top professors in business intelligence and artificial intelligence, and a B.A. in Economics and History from Rutgers University. Specific topics of research include HR metrics, talent management technology, and next generation recruiting technologies.
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- Co-author, Competing on Talent Analytics, (Harvard Business Review, Oct, 2010) with Tom Davenport and Jeanne Harris. – cover article
- Co-author, Ultimate Performance (Wiley, 2007) with Nick Burkholder and Scott Golas.
- Article: Benchmarking the Benchmarks, HR Magazine, 2010
I teach a one day class twice a year for Cornell University’s ILR Extension in the city called “Metrics that Matter: How HR Impacts the Bottom Line” Please join us!
- SHRM recommends me as a speaker on HR Metrics, see it here.
- 2010, Keynote Presentation, IHRIM Workforce Analytics Conference, Boston, MA
- 2010, Staffing Management Association, Making Metrics Matter, Orlando, FL
- 2008, recorded session, Click Thru (videos here)
HR Metrics Standards
Thanks to Gerry Crispin of CareerXroads, and Dr. Lee Webster, I’ve become involved in a long term efforts to insert standard metrics into the HR function. I leed the American National Standards (ANSI) for human resources metrics standards. I encourage anyone with a point of view on HR metrics to join us.
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