WHARTON PEOPLE ANALYTICS CONFERENCE

APRIL 4-5, 2019
THE BELLEVUE HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA, PA

While this year’s conference is SOLD OUT, please put your name on the waitlist!

2019 COMPETITION FINALISTS

Our competitions are an annual opportunity to learn from new voices in the field and celebrate the innovation that is being created all around us – by academic researchers, industry practitioners, student teams, and startups alike.

Case Competition

We are excited to announce Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) as our 2019 Case Competition partner!

Competition Finalists

Coming Soon!

Research Paper Competition

The Research Paper Competition showcases the latest original, unpublished research in people analytics.

Competition Finalists:

  • Jiayi Bao, Approaching or Avoiding: Gender Asymmetry in Reactions to Past Job-Search Experience
  • Roman Galperin, Extra-organizational determinants of careers: Gendered expert authority and attainment of patent examiners
  • Katharina Lix, Expressly Different: Interpretive Diversity and Team Performance
  • Wichinpong Sinchaisri, The Impact of Behavioral and Economic Drivers on Gig Economy Workers

Startup Competition

The Startup Competition showcases cutting-edge startups working in the field of people analytics, from predictive hiring to employee retention.

Competition Finalists

  • Atipica, “Building the world’s first Inclusive AI platform for the talent life cycle”
  • OrganizationView, “Text insights for People Analytics teams”
  • OrgMapper by Maven 7 Solutions, “Leveraging networks to empower organizations”
  • PayAnalytics, “Closing the gender pay gap”
  • Worklytics, “Data-driven employee experience”

White Paper Competition

Our inaugural White Paper Competition, sponsored by Google’s People Innovation Lab, promotes actionable and thought-provoking insights that are grounded in research

Competition Finalists:

  • Nathaniel Bulkley, Developing Adaptive Space: Advancing Social Capital Strategies to Help Organizations Succeed in Disruptive Environments
  • Schinria Islam, Beyond Diversity: An Assessment of Employee Experiences with Workplace Inclusion
  • Brian Johnston, Domino reskilling: Sequential retraining that minimizes time to meet demand
  • Kelly Monahan, Using behavioral science to teach technical managers the benefits of employee coaching and development
  • Ankit Tandon, Understanding Developer Productivity via Windows 10 Telemetry

2019 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

2019 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Cathy Engelbert

CEO of Deloitte

Cathy Engelbert leads one of the largest professional services organizations in the United States with more than 85,000 professionals, providing services to over 80 percent of the Fortune 500.

Richard Thaler

2017 Nobel Prize Winner

Thaler is known for his lifelong pursuit of behavioral economics (and its subfield, behavioral finance), which is the study of economics (and finance) from a psychological perspective.

Lindsey Vonn

Olympic Gold Medal Skier

Known as the most successful female ski racer in the world – Lindsey Vonn is one of the few world-class, four-event ski racers. She is the only American woman to ever capture downhill gold at the Olympics and the only American woman with four World Cup overall titles.

Marcus Buckingham

Bestselling Author and Consultant

Marcus Buckingham, called the “founder of the strengths revolution,” is known for encouraging leaders to focus on what they do best, rather than on weaknesses.

CONFERENCE LOGISTICS

VENUE
The Bellevue Hotel is located at 200 S Broad Street

CHECK-IN
Conference check-in is in the ground floor lobby off the Broad Street entrance. See floor plan here.

DRESS CODE
Business casual

MEALS
Breakfast and lunch will be served both days.

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Broad Street Lobby

CONFERENCE APP

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Sponsor the conference and receive a range of benefits, including branding, free admission, and exclusive access.

DIVE DEEPER INTO PEOPLE ANALYTICS: WHARTON EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

Wharton offers experiential programs to help executives advance their careers at every level.

MARCH 25-28 | PHILADELPHIA
People Analytics: HR Transformation through Data is a first-of-its-kind program that combines the power of Wharton analytics expertise with the vital talent management industry for meaningful, measurable results. Discover how and when to use data to build analytics capabilities, improve the quality of talent, and impact organizational culture. Join our Faculty Co-Directors, Professors Cade Massey and Matthew Bidwell to experience a true learning laboratory with executives from all over the world.

Faculty Co-Director Cade Massey on the People Analytics experience

OUR CONFERENCE TEAM

The Wharton People Analytics Conference is driven by a team of competitively selected students working in partnership with our faculty, and staff. As a result, the conference benefits from the full breadth of our collective perspectives and skills.

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