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Anthony Vodola
Works at iCIMS, Inc.
Attended Rutgers University
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Having an organized (or, at least, decluttered) workspace. 
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Trying new things lets you learn more about yourself.
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Having effective to-do lists, with some inspiration from goal-setting theory.
The to-do list is an inescapable, age-old productivity tool. It is our very human attempt to create order in our disorderly lives and an expression of our ability to impose self-control. Most of us, including to-do list haters, keep one, and so do 63% of professionals, according to a LinkedIn survey released earlier this year. And yet, to-do lists seem particularly difficult to tame. iDoneThis' Janet Choi explains why to-do lists fail, and how to...
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Education
  • Rutgers University
    Statistics, Measurement, and Evaluation, 2012 - 2014
    I earned a Master's degree in statistics/quantitative research methods as applied to human behavior, including performance, learning, and personality.
  • The College of New Jersey
    Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2009
    I earned a Bachelor's degree geared toward understanding and measuring human behavior in professional organizations. I worked in the Organizational Misbehavior Laboratory and created an assessment of ethical leadership.
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Proper use of workforce analytics will make you excellent.
Introduction
I'm passionate about exploring data and answering questions.
  • What happened?
    Hindsight: data consolidation & reporting. (ERP/CRM/ATS, Excel)
  • Why did it happen?
    Insight: exploratory data analysis & visualization. (Tableau)
  • What will happen?
    Foresight: predictive statistics & research. (SPSS, R)
  • What should we do next?
    Business Intelligence: goal-setting, training, & process improvement.

I'm interested in using behavioral assessments, metric scorecards, and training to improve employee performance.

My research interests include goal-setting theory, productivity, and emotion regulation. 
Bragging rights
I hiked across the Skaftafellsjökull glacier in Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland.
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I use exploratory analytic techniques to monitor and predict human behavior in organizations.
Employment
  • iCIMS, Inc.
    Analyst, Finance and Business Intelligence, 2014 - present
  • iCIMS, Inc.
    Training Specialist, 2012 - 2014
  • iCIMS, Inc.
    Training & Communications Coordinator, 2012 - 2012
  • W.L Gore & Associates
    Recruiting Specialist (Contract), 2010 - 2012
  • Comcast Corporation
    Recruiting Specialist (Contract), 2009 - 2010
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