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THank you to all who attended and brought pafow 2018 to life!
It’s the people that make it awesome! Deeply grateful to all who brought People Analytics & Future of Work 2018 to life. The list is simply too long for one post, so here I’ll extend a heartfelt “Thank you!” to the amazing people who took the time to share their extraordinary work and ideas: RJ Milnor, Heather Whiteman, Ph.D., Jeremy Welland, Ph.D., Michael Arena, PhD, Laurie Bassi, Jeff Higgins, David Gainsboro, Scott Walker, Jonathan Ferrar, Josh Bersin, Charlotte Nagy, Nicky Clement, Gianpaolo Barozzi, Geetanjali Gamel, Michelle Deneau, and, of course, my co-chair & collaborator, David Green. As is evidenced by the sentiments shared directly to me and online, each of you were outstanding! The exploration, energy, ideas, and inspiration simply wouldn’t happen without you.
Thanks also to the sponsors, those pushing the envelope and bringing great ideas to life: Visier, OneModel, GLINT, TrustSphere, AON, Ascendify, Peakon, Zoomi, Domo, WhoZoo, Cultivate, Vemo, Elucidate, OrgVitality, & Worklytics.
Finally, a special thanks to Richard Rosenow & Dave Millnar of @HRCurator for sharing highlights of #PAFOW during the two days. Again, SUPER grateful to you all, and let’s continue to make great things happen!
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