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Commentary, customer examples and contemporary research that further our mission. Leading the charge to utilize numbers to add people to business optimization efforts.


Winning Roles: Moneyball 2.0, for your Hiring and Succession Planning Processes

August 20, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

In this blog we introduce Winning Roles predictions, an innovative approach to predictive succession planning and hiring now available in Advisor by highlight an example from the movie Moneyball.

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Calling All Predictive Workforce Data Scientists…

August 7, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

Are you a data scientist with a great predictive workforce story and results you’d like to share? Submit your proposal to speak at PAW Workforce 2016! Deadline 9/18/15.

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Stop Hiring Data Scientists if you’re not ready for Data Science

July 15, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

CEO Greta Roberts advises HR leaders and any function to stop hiring data scientists until they are ready to do real data science.

Read Greta’s latest blog.

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Predicting Employee Flight Risk: My Take

April 10, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

CEO Greta Roberts explains flight risk is a curve, not a single point in time. Understanding this nuance allows the org to pinpoint when intervention is optimal and can save the most employees & money.

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PAW Workforce & TChat Bridge Predictive Learning Gap for HR

March 26, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

Chad Harness from Fifth Third Bank and Jen Kirkwood from ADP talk predictive analytics on TChat next week. Watch the show preview and tune in: 4/1 from 7-8pm ET.

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Chief Scientist talks predicting attrition at INFORMS Boston event

March 3, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

On February 24, Chief Scientist Pasha Roberts presented on the application of data science to workforce optimization for the Boston Chapters of INFORMS / ASA and Bentley University analytics students. Read the recap.

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