Gradient Boosting Machine (GBM) modeling is a powerful machine learning technique for advanced root cause analysis in manufacturing. It will uncover problems that would be missed by regression-based statistical modelling techniques and single tree methods, but can easily be used by analysts with no expertise in statistics and modelling to solve complex problems. It is an excellent choice for advanced equipment commonality analysis and will detect interactions between process factors (for example, machines, recipes, process dates) that are responsible for bad product. It can also be used to identify complex nonlinear relationships and interactions between product quality measurements (for example, yield, defects, field returns) and upstream measurements from the product, process, equipment, component, material, or environment.
Effective metrics and measurements are critical to running a high performance business. Properly applied, they lead you to better insights, better decisions and better business outcomes. They provide feedback to spark improvement and create learning opportunities. They help you identify the right outcomes that drive you toward your business goals. Unfortunately, many businesses misuse these powerful tools in ways that actively destroy the agility they seek to create. In this paper, we highlight nine mistakes organizations make involving agile measurement at enterprise scale—and how to do it right.
As the benefits of investment in Learning and Development continue to be signaled to the market, Chief Learning Officers and leaders of learning organizations will be taking center-stage in the transformation of their organization. In addition, companies spent just over $180 billion on corporate training last year, putting immense pressure on training leaders to show return on investment.
With the spotlight on, these CLOs and other leaders of learning organizations will be measured across three core levers; transforming the business performance of learners, creating learning experiences that engage learners, and improving the operational efficiency of the organization.
Download The Three Levers of a Successful CLO to learn the first step in aligning yourself with the three levers that business find most important.
During our live demo, you'll get an overview of Net Atlantic's Email Marketing Suite, tips to help make your email marketing campaigns more successful, mistakes to avoid, and a review of tools for effective email marketing.
This one-hour session is perfect if you are new to Net Atlantic or interested in learning about our advanced capabilities, including segmentation, triggered and sequential mailings, and much more.
Marketers focus on four basic elements in their campaigns; the list, the message, delivery, and measurement. We'll discuss the important factors of each. Our overview covers:
•Logging into your list
•Managing your members
•Checking the results of your campaigns
•And much more.
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"Email Marketing with Net Atlantic" presented by Gregg Hanson
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Six times a year, the HR Daily Advisor® research team conducts detailed research into pressing contemporary human resources (HR) challenges to highlight best practices and common policies and procedures. We access our exclusive database of more than 250,000 active HR practitioners to find out how HR managers are handling challenges in the real world.
Dear HR Practitioner,
You know that a Learning Management System (LMS) can bring value to your organization, but how do you make the business case to those outside of HR?
This is one of the most common hurdles that we hear at Halogen Software from our customers, so we thought it would make for a very interesting survey topic. Like you, we wanted to know how organizations are making their decisions around HR technology for learning, including:
• What role HR plays in the selection of the LMS,
• Which LMS features are most important,
• How organizations calculate the ROI of their LMS, and
• Whether learning content is created in-house