Erik van Vulpen on People Analytics, AI in the Workplace, and Data-Driven Decision-Making

by Danni White - May 20, 2019
Danni White

Danni White | Danni White is the Director of Content Strategy and Development at Bython Media and the Editor-In-Chief at TechFunnel.com, a top B2B digital destination for C-Level executives, technologists, and marketers. Bython Media is also the parent company of OnlineWhitepapers.com, BusinessWorldIT.com, List.Events, and TheDailyPlanIOT.com.

Erik van Vulpen

The modern workplace has transformed into an environment filled with new tools and technologies, opinions on remote employees, and a wide network of communication. Artificial intelligence and people analytics have soared in ways that were once unimaginable. Companies can now have more information about employees, ranging from fitness to food, health to habits, and everything in between.

In the old days of Human Resources, organizations captured information from employees mainly to determine work performance or succession pipelines. However, today, companies can get information from nearly every click of a mouse at work. People analytics is relatively new but coupled with artificial intelligence, it is dramatically improving the way companies recruit, train, and retain their talent base.    

Here to share his thoughts on people analytics, changing attitudes in the workplace, AI, and data-driven decision making among CHROs and HR professionals is Erik van Vulpen.

Erik van Vulpen is a founder of the Academy to Innovate HR (AIHR), the world’s largest online community for people analytics professionals. He writes and speaks about people analytics and is an advocate of data-driven Human Resource Management. He holds a master’s in psychology (Hons.), business administration (Hons.), and a bachelor’s in law.

 

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Danni White

Danni White | Danni White is the Director of Content Strategy and Development at Bython Media and the Editor-In-Chief at TechFunnel.com, a top B2B digital destin...

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