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November 27, 2012

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Thanks for featuring me David. How have you been doing ( apart from the webinars)

Having a Master of Organisational Psychology potentially puts me ahead of the curve in HR data analysis, however we can't leave HR data to the specialists. Having dedicated tools such as R is critical if HR is to contribute to business in a meaningful and considered way. Not only does it provide a dedicated too, but the establishment of programs such as R reinforces the need for HR as a whole to be come much more data savvy.

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