Browsing: Big Data

Unless you have been in a cave or just hate football (soccer to the un initiated J), you know by now that Argentina just beat the Dutch. But did you know how many woodwork ( the goal used to be made of wood and not metal) shots there were – shots that hit the goal but didn’t go in? Or that Argentina made 639 passes compared to 818 for the Dutch? And by the way, Netherland covered slightly more distance than Argentina but significantly more distance with possession of the ball? Or the completion rate of the passes and whether they were long, medium or short? And on and on and on.

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I’m sure most of you have believed at least one of the above but according to recent research ALL of them might be false. People Analytics or applying Big Data to Talent Management may be fundamentally changing how employees are selected and managed. It is allowing companies to use predictive analysis on not just personality tests but biometrics and personal data that we all leave everywhere.

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In preparing for an upcoming presentation at the Parcel Forum, we researched some future challenges and trends in Logistics and Distribution(L&D) and were somewhat surprised by what we found.  Here is the list (in random order): Risk Management/Contingency Planning Talent Development “Big” Data/Advanced Analytics – competence to…

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There is a fascinating article in Forbes   by Milo Jones and Philippe Silberzahn, that examines the current situation with Snowden/NSA from a totally different perspective – and a perspective that we at TMG heartily endorse and those that have been through our Strategic Sourcing & Supply Chain “U”…

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