Moneyball for the Talent Function

Mark Fogel Mark Fogel, Metrics, Old School, Talent Strategy

Turnover continues to be a problem, engagement at an almost all-time low (if you don’t believe me check with The Gallup Organization), and very little has been done to crack the code of effective recruitment measurement or tactics. Adding to all this, it is a buyers’ market for applicants again with unemployment down to 4.3% nationally this May. All the …

The CYA Report E63: The Moneyball Leadership Retreat [PODCAST]

Kris Dunn Cara Lucas, Kris Dunn, Podcast

Welcome to The CYA Report, brought to you by Workforce.com and Fistful of Talent. On today’s show we have Kellee Webb, Vice President of Human Resources at Cenikor Foundation, on The Moneyball Leadership Retreat. Kellee joins me on the podcast and we have a great conversation breaking down a killer idea she recently executed on: The Moneyball Leadership Retreat… What’s the Moneyball …

HR Moneyball: The FOT Bootstrapper Guide To Getting Started With Big Data [WEBINAR]

Kris Dunn HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, Kris Dunn, Metrics, The HR Profession, Web/Tech

You’ve heard the hype: Big Data is taking over the business world, and HR’s going to be expected to make decisions—not through feelings, relationships or gut instinct—but via numbers.  The problem is… your HRIS, ATS and Performance Solutions are all different systems and weren’t built with the big-data revolution in mind. In short, you feel less than ready for workforce …

10 Lessons From Moneyball That Have Nothing to Do with Data

Paul Hebert Audacious Ideas, Coaching, Employee Coaching, Employee Relations, Organizational Development, Paul Hebert, Pop Culture

The HR and management world had a datagasm when the movie Moneyball hit the theaters in 2011.  Although the book (which is much, much better IMHO) had been out for 8 years it took the writing of Aaron Sorkin and the looks of Brad Pitt to really crank up HR folks and the business blogosphere to 11.  Heck – I …