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    *Approved for Business Credit through HRCI* NCHRA Webinar Presents: Big Data Needs Big Minds: Optimizing Talent Acquisition Through Predictive Analytics

    Date: November 14, 2018, 11:00am – 12:00pm
    Organizer:
    NCHRA
    Location:
    Online
    Event Type:
    Webinar
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    About the Presentation

    Organizations are increasingly turning to Big Data and predictive analytics to solve hiring problems and improve talent acquisition.  However, just like the fight for love and glory, the fundamental things still apply.  To optimize talent acquisition through predictive analytics, organizations need to understand job requirements, understand what problem they are solving, and, still, minimize the potential for human error in judgment.

    This presentation provides a brief overview of both the promise and reality of predictive analytics for hiring.  Examples of successes and failures will help the audience better understand what to do when implementing their own solutions or seeking outside vendors.

    The presentation will also cover strategic planning, what has to happen upfront to get the most out of a Big Data play, and win the "war on talent" by finding productive employees who are engaged and passionate about their work.

    About the Speaker

    Dr. Kurt Kraiger is a Professor of Psychology at Colorado State University and a Co-Founder and Principle Psychologist for jobZology. Dr. Kraiger is a Fellow and former President of the Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP). 

    Through his research and work with jobZology, Kurt is committed to helping organizations find, retain, and develop talent.  Kurt's background in science facilitates finding and sharing talent management solutions that are empirically-based.  His 25+ years of consulting experience and work with jobZology facilitates his understanding of finding solutions that are practical and solve real problems.

    Kurt has presented on a number of topics related to hiring, training, career development, and mentoring in local, national, and international settings.  Local presentations include NoCOHRA, BAHRA, the Flood and Peterson Symposium, DisruptHR - Denver, and the Rocky Mountain chapter of CUPA-HR.

    He uses a laid-back style and humor to present complex information in a way that is easily understanding.