People Analytics is a new way of understanding employee, team and business dynamics. It is also one of the hottest growth areas for machine learning, uncovering hidden team dynamics and providing management with greater insight for people management.

Our guest speaker, Peter O’Hanlon, is one of Australia’s foremost experts in people analytics, data-driven team interaction and analytics in the workplace. As founder of Lever Analytics and Principal of OfficeSpark, Peter is passionate about connecting people with data and how analytics can enhance that connection.

Join us for this Chapter meeting to better understand the role of analytics in HR, the impact of machine learning on team effectiveness and the benefits it can deliver to the business. Peter will provide examples of how a predictive HR function can improve people management and efficiency gains from analytics-driven efficiencies in meetings and teamwork.

A special addition - we'll also review the results from the 2016 Skills and Salary Survey.

A networking session and light refreshments will follow the presentations.

This event is part of the IAPA series of state-based events on 'The Future of Work'.


About the speaker - Peter O’Hanlon

Founder and Managing Director
Lever Analytics

Peter has been connecting people and data with opportunity for over 15 years. Half Peter’s time is spent helping businesses establish or reinvigorate their analytics teams, map out their digital and data strategy, as well as architecting and implementing new capabilities, and the other half is invested in entrepreneurial start-up activity, building new analytics products to help enhance the quality of workplace interactions.

Peter also supports the analytics community as a founding fellow of the Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia, an Advisory Board Member for the UWS Data Science Program, and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Canberra.

Previously, Peter held senior-level positions straddling product, marketing, analytics and risk in the technology (Oracle and SAS), government (Customs, Australian Crime Commission, WorkCover), and finance sectors (Westpac and Commonwealth Bank) with national and global responsibilities.






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