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Name: Patrick Riley
Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: Modern Survey, Inc.
Session title: Why Your HR Department Needs Big Data
Session date/time:  Monday, October 21 – 2:15 PM
LinkedIn profile: www.linkedin.com/in/patricktrileyprofile
Twitter: @PatrickTRiley

Profile: Patrick Riley is an HR technology expert with nearly two decades of experience in the field of employee measurement. Patrick helped found Modern Survey, an early innovator in web-based surveys and cloud HR solutions, and serves as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Prior to founding Modern Survey, Patrick developed employee measurement solutions at American Express. Areas of expertise include cloud computing, HR technology, human capital measurement best practices and aligning talent management to business strategy. Patrick’s thought leadership has been featured by numerous media organizations including Talent Management Magazine and National Public Radio.

At the Nonprofit HR Conference, Patrick will guide attendees into the world of Big Data and outline what HR needs to know about it. Because it’s 2013, and the world is waking up to the concept of “Big Data.” There are volumes of data being collected about what we like, where we are, and who we’re talking to. HR is asking asking themselves: what does this mean for us personally and professionally? What does this mean for our organizations? Is this the beginning of an Orwellian privacy nightmare or is this the start of a new transparency paradigm where employees and organizations can win? Patrick will discuss what Big Data is, where it came from, and what it means for HR now and in the years ahead. If you are interested in improving the employee experience at your organization by leveraging the data you are collecting, this session is a great place to start.

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