Of Cholera and Call Centers: Measurement and Training in the Age of Analytics
Although the world of talent development is abuzz with talk of “big data” and “analytics”, it has been difficult make much sense of what any of it really means for those concerned with talent development and human capital. To help lend a needed dose of clarity to this emerging field and what it means for talent development and business professionals, John Lipinski, Ph.D will present “Of Cholera and Call Centers: Measurement and Training in the Age of Analytics”.
This discussion will provide a understandable outline of what “analytics” actually means, simple steps that you can take incorporate foundational analytics concepts into your talent development practice, and some suggestions on how analytics can be used right now to identify additional, value-added opportunities for talent development professionals and the people they serve.
Data Science and Human Capital Analytics
Co-founder, Ten Minute Talent
John Lipinski is originally from the Chicago area. After completing his BA at the University of Notre Dame and his PhD. in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Iowa, he served as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Neural Informatics in Bochum, Germany. He then turned sharply to the applied world of training and development, working as a Senior Research Psychologist with the U.S. Army Institute Research Institute at Fort Benning where he focused on a range of topics including augmented reality and expert marksmanship training.
In 2014, he moved to Louisville, KY to work in human capital analytics, successfully combining his interest in data science with real people doing real work in the real world. He is a recent co-founder of Ten Minute Talent, an independent analytics consultancy that helps businesses analyze, visualize, and understand their talent data so they can make better talent decisions, predict outcomes, and build value. He is also the recent co-founder of HRanalytics101.com, where he helps HR and talent development professionals learn and apply analytics fundamentals.
Location: The Madrid Building, 545 South Third Street, Louisville, KY 40202
Enter the garage from Guthrie Street between Second and Third Streets. Parking is free. If the lot is full, there are paid lots on the south and east sides of the building.