The latest data and analytics buzz comes from the field of advanced HR analytics, where the application of new techniques and new thinking to talent management is becoming more mainstream. The implications are dramatic because talent management in many businesses has traditionally revolved around personal relationships or decision making based on experience—not to mention risk avoidance and legal compliance—rather than deep analysis.
The GREEN-AgriChains Project (FP7-REGPOT-2012-2013-1) is organizing the 1st International Conference of Agrifood Supply Chain Management and Green Logistics. The scope of the conference is to address SCM and Logistics issues on the Agrifood sector under a sustainability perspective.
Five years ago, the promise of Big Data and the idea of understanding our customers and prospects on a deeper level was exciting. But the promise fell flat when it came to actually using that information to drive business decisions. Since those days, everyone has been rushing to hire data scientists or find new technologies that figure out what to do with all the data we now have at our grasp. Predictive_App_MarketingIt is this very intersection - the point where data and action collide - where predictive app marketing lives.
The ICHERK 2016: XIV International Conference on Higher Education, Research and Knowledge aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Higher Education, Research and Knowledge.
Business Intelligence Strategy: A Utilities Company Case Study
Paul Hawking (Institute for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, College of Business, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia), Carmine Sellitto (Institute for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, College of Business, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia)
European Conference on Information and Communication Technologies 2015 (EU-ICT 2015):
Special topic of the EU-CT 2015: “e-Society – trends and challenges”
Paper submission deadline: April 10
Conference dates: June 11-13, 2015, Skopje
Undertaking a review of the literature is an important part of any research project. The researcher both maps and assesses the relevant intellectual territory in order to specify a research question which will further develop the knowledge base. However, traditional ‘narrative’ reviews frequently lack thoroughness, and in many cases are not undertaken as genuine pieces of investigatory science. Consequently they can lack a means for making sense of what the collection of studies is saying. These reviews can be biased by the researcher and often lack rigour.
Building on the success of the nine previous Doctoral Conferences which totally attracted over 900 papers from countries all over the SE European region and beyond (UK, Australia, South Africa, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Sweden, Belgium and USA), we are pleased to announce the organisation of the 10th South East European Doctoral Student Conference.
In the past few years, Big Data has morphed from being yet another IT buzzword into a virtual tsunami sweeping over enterprises and consumers alike. Humans, organizations, devices, and machines of all types now contribute huge waves of data into what’s being called the data universe. And just like the other, real universe, the data universe continues to expand rapidly.