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Highlights

16th Annual Change and Transformation Conference

June 14 - 15, 2018 |(New York, NY)

Empowering Change Leaders to Enable Data-Driven Insights, Transformational Tools, and New Digital Cultures

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20 Truths about Human Capital Analytics: Insights from the Human Capital Analytics Conference

January 2018

Starting a human capital analytics function can help you make better business decisions. Having clean data and incorporating artificial intelligence will make your analytics function even stronger.

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Recruiting Human Capital for the Competitive Edge

April 09, 2018

Join our panel of experts as they share key takeaways from our 4th Annual Talent Acquisition conference and reveal what strategies thought leaders are using to gain a competitive edge. 

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Could the Facebook Scandal Slow Down Digital Healthcare?

(Society for New Communications Research Blog, May 2018)

If global health is being reshaped by technologies such as wearables, artificial intelligence and blockchain, then data—and lots of it—is fueling this transformation. But patient fears about privacy and misuse of data, potentially influenced by the Facebook data breach, threatens to slow the development and uptake of digital health innovations.

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Conferences/Events

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Publications

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Webcasts

  • Why "Big Data" Is Better for Understanding Human Behavior

    February 21, 2018

    What can big data tell us that survey data do not? Join us for a conversation with author Seth Stephens-Davidowitz about his book, Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are

  • Recruiting Human Capital for the Competitive Edge

    April 09, 2018

    Join our panel of experts as they share key takeaways from our 4th Annual Talent Acquisition conference and reveal what strategies thought leaders are using to gain a competitive edge. 

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Blogs

  • Could the Facebook Scandal Slow Down Digital Healthcare?

    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, May 2018)

    If global health is being reshaped by technologies such as wearables, artificial intelligence and blockchain, then data—and lots of it—is fueling this transformation. But patient fears about privacy and misuse of data, potentially influenced by the Facebook data breach, threatens to slow the development and uptake of digital health innovations.
  • Science Based Targets – What Is It All About?

    (Sustainability Center Blog, May 2018)

    Science Based Targets (SBTs) for greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction are increasingly being discussed, however what they entail in detail is often not well understood.In contrast to a simple incremental approach, targets are considered ‘science-based’, if they aim at carbon reduction in accordance with the internationally agreed global climate change targets. In this blog, we want to give a very brief overview of the approach and its application.
  • Digital Media Predictions for a Post-GDPR World

    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, May 2018)

    Last week, a business acquaintance made a ballsy prediction on LinkedIn for which he took a fair amount of flak. Posting a comment, I noted that his essential point was not that much of a stretch. Of course, there were nuances to the argument, but a long statement with a bunch of caveats wouldn’t be nearly as interesting or thought-provoking. Predictions have to push at the edges or people won’t pay attention. So, I figured it was time to step onto the ledge and make some predictions.

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