Tag Archives | data analytics

Beware your confirmation bias

Shared from on 31 May 2016

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I love data. I love data, I love data analysis and I love evidence. Maybe not as much as Rob Briner, but that’s a tall order – we can’t all be that weird. I hate assumption. I worry that in the HR profession we’re increasingly happy […]

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Technology, analytics, data, life – start from the beginning

Shared from on 25 April 2016

I’ve just got back from the HRTechFest in Washington. Last time I went to one of these, I wrote this about Technology being HR’s biggest asset. I still think it is – so take a look. This time, I was struck this time about the commonality of a lot of the themes that people were […]

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