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      April 2, 2019

      Tuesday   5:30 PM

      529 14th Street Northwest
      Washington, District of Columbia 20045

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      TMBL: Keeping the PEOPLE in People Analytics

      Top Minds Bottom Lines presents: Keeping the PEOPLE in People Analytics: How leading organizations use data to hire, engage, and retain talent Many HR and business executives recognize that People Analytics is a critical element of attracting and retaining top talent and engaging employees to deliver better results. However, many organizations have yet to maximize the potential that People Analytics can deliver or are just beginning to build out their People Analytics functions.  Using data and science to generate insights and apply evidence-based decision making to business-relevant talent issues throughout the employee lifecycle During this event, you will learn how HR professionals from the most innovative and reputable companies in the world are using HR data to generate meaningful insights, drive action, and improve business. Our expert panel will share actual examples of the various ways their organizations have applied data-based decision making and organizational science to business-relevant talent issues throughout the employee lifecycle. Event info: Formal presentation from 6:00-7:00  Caterered networking reception and cash bar before and after formal presentation Speakers: Veronica Gilrane, PhD – Leader, People Innovation Lab (PiLab) at Google Veronica Gilrane has a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from George Mason University and currently leads the People Innovation Lab (PiLab) at Google where her mission is to conduct and import people-related innovative research that transforms organizational practice within Google and beyond. This work is informed by the PiLab’s longitudinal survey, gDNA, which seeks to answer long-term and speculative research questions, such as -- what are the dynamics of effective teams? and how does personality change over time? Before joining the PiLab, Veronica focused on the analysis, experimental design, and implementation of findings related to workplace diversity and inclusion.   Lauren A. Wegman, PhD - Head of People Analytics at Twitter Lauren A. Wegman, PhD, received her doctorate degree from the University of Georgia. With the changing nature of work as her main research area, Lauren has written and presented numerous applied and academic works dedicated to documenting and describing changes in work and workers. Lauren is currently the Head of People Analytics at Twitter, where she leads a team of researchers, data scientists, and analysts responsible for research studies, surveys and assessments, and reporting and data visualizations. Prior to Twitter, Lauren was the Head of People Analytics at Oath, a Verizon Company, and Yahoo Inc., before that. Throughout all of her professional work, Lauren strives to use her knowledge of the of the changing nature of work to help inform HR policies and process and ultimately positively impact employee well-being.   Guru Sethupathy, Head of People Strategy & Analytics at Capital One Guru Sethupathy, Ph.D., is the head of People Strategy and Analytics at Capital One. The team consists of business analysts,  I-O psychologists, data engineers/analysts/scientists, economists, and strategy consultants, to convert people data into products and insights in order to shape talent decisions, strategy, and behavioral change at Capital One.  Guru's passion is to improve meritocracy and help workers and companies manage the impending disruptions from AI. Previously, Guru was a consultant at McKinsey, and an assistant professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University where his research agenda focused on how globalization and technology are changing the workforce.  Guru has a Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University and a computer science degree from Stanford. 

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