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Join BluPrint Radio when we talk to special guest Jeannie Hill, Certified Human Capital Management professional, on business analytics and how human resources becomes a player. Jeannie will share with our listening audience specifics on how business analytics impacts several, if not all, human resource functions including talent acquisition, compensation and talent management.
Jeannie is a Human Resource Consultant and a Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR), a Human Capital Strategist (HCS), a Professional of Project Management (PMP) with more than 25 years of human resource consulting and management. Often described as a visionary and transformational enterprise level expert in organizational change, Jeannie has led multi-level and multi-site projects resulting in organizational growth. Her teams have won awards including an award for most innovative in HR expertise by HR Executive Magazine in 2010 for the establishment of an HR Project Management office concentrated on future forward Human Capital needs.
Jeannie brings a strategic approach to business activities, adding value to each work stream and being aligned to the enterprise vision, mission and objectives.
Everyone is investing in big data analytics. Do you know how well you are doing it compared to your competitors?
Even if you feel extremely confident in the hard work and millions of dollars you’ve invested in your analytics programs, there’s probably one thing that keeps you up at night—just how hard is the other guy working? You can keep working in a vacuum or you can find a tool to help you see just how far you’ve come. INFORMS has developed the Analytics Maturity Tool to give you more peace of mind (or scary truth) about just how you are doing.
INFORMS, the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, is the largest society in the world for professionals in the field of operations research, management science, and analytics. It serves students, managers, analysts, and consultants, and publishes 13 scholarly journals.
INFORMS members, Norm Reitter and Aaron Buciaga will be joining the A2 community to discuss the tool as well as best practices to make your analytics program more mature. You will learn:
About the INFORMS tool and whether it can help your organization
How to figure out where your analytics programs is right now
How to set new analytics goals for your organization
What you should be doing to improve your analytics efforts
Discover how to make your biggest decisions better with the use of data and analytics.
Running an enterprise means constantly making thousands of decisions. Depending on their complexity and the maturity of your data projects, some of those decisions are even being driven by data. But are you ready to make the really big, complex decisions using data? Are you ready to make billion dollar decisions? Can you map your future and feel confident that the decisions you are making come not simply from management intuition but sound data and analytics?
PwC’s new report, Guts & Gigabytes: Capitalizing on the Art and Science in Decision Making, shows that many companies are using data to make the day-to-day decisions of running the business, but few are using it to inform their strategic decisions. During this episode, Dan DiFilippo, PwC’s Global & US Data and Analytics Leader, will share the lessons from this report on how enterprises can make better use of data projects to bring data and analytics to intuition and experience.
Tune in on Monday, November 10, at 2 pm, to learn about:
Preparing your data projects for big decisions
Learning to use analytics to lead in the future
The anatomy of big decisions
The art of decision making powered by science
Join us for the World Business Academy's monthly podcast featuring Academy President Rinaldo S. Brutoco in conversations with Executive Director Matt Renner. Our monthly podcast covers the latest macro-economic trends as well as in-depth analysis of politics, business and society.
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Have you ever wondered what terms like, “Articles of Incorporation,” “Organizational Meeting,” “Bylaws'” and “Minutes” actually mean, and do you know when and how to apply them to the smooth operation of your business entity? In this show, Bill and Rick discuss these issues and much more as it regards the practical everyday business tips you need to keep your entity protection the best it can be.
We talk about Jacob's upcoming trip to Vikings Training Camp and potential MLB trades before the deadline. We're sorry if this one sucks, it's our first one.
The On the Edge Women In Business Christmas On-Air Party is for all the women out there that are hard working, and put it in, in 2014! Business Owners, professionals, students, mothers, wives we do it all, its a little holiday girl fun! Dial into the show and share a little holiday cheer, own a business tell us about it, and what do you want for Christmas!
A little holiday fun with Silicon Valley's top Business Purpose Coach and Radio Host of AM 1220 KDOW Money 2.0 Business on the Edge with Margaret Jackson.
Tune-In grab a cup of your favorite holiday drink and goodies.
How do I start? What do I say? How do I say it? Where do I post it? In order to be successful at video marketing, it all begins with proper planning and that starts with the script.
Join Rick and Bill as they discuss the 5 Tips for Shooting Video for Your Business and provide an understanding that with the proper coaching and organizational process, video marketing can truly enhance your brand. You'll discover how to attract your target market to your product or service without breaking the bank.
Ellen Percival is the Co-Founder and Publisher of the multi-award winning parenting publication, Calgary’s Child Magazine. Since it first hit the newsstands in 1994, Calgary’s Child Magazine has been supporting, connecting and informing parents in innovative ways. In April 2013, Calgary’s Child Magazine was awarded a prestigious Calgary Award for Community Achievement in Commerce by Mayor Nenshi and Calgary City Council.
But it took time and dedication to build this business. Ellen along with her business partner Sherry worked hard to get Calgary's Child Magazine where it is today.
Join us as we talk to Ellen Percival. We'll walk through the trials and tribulations of building a business. There's going to be mistakes along the way. But the important thing to remember is to learn from them.
You can read Calgary's Child Magazine HERE.
In this show honoring our veterans, Bill and Rick discuss the incredible degree of involvement our service men and women have in the workforce, as well as the training and development programs available to vets and their families and how they might access the necessary capital to start an enduring business enterprise. We dedicate this show to our veterans and pledge that WFB Legal Consulting, Inc. and R2 Visual Studios, as well as The Bottled Business Sense Show, will always be there to lend a hand.
Join us for Session 4 of the All Analytics A2 Academy, The Results Are In: Presenting Data to Decision Makers. You’ve made a finding and have a recommendation. You’ve got the data to back it up. You know you’re right. But other people in the organization might not like it. What do you do? Assuming you don’t plan on backing down, it is time to win some hearts and minds. Two people can look at the same data and come to entirely different conclusions. How do you get everyone on board with your version? In this episode we’ll discuss:
Focusing a presentation on business goals using the language of the business
Strategies for helping managers digest complex information more readily
Defining the business value in the results
How people see data differently and how to show them new ways
How to build consensus around data