John has led strategic and analytically-driven change initiatives at a broad range of government agencies and Fortune 500 companies in the technology, engineering, media, financial services and retail sectors. He has spoken at conferences and published articles on strategy, analytics and data in areas ranging from aerospace engineering to human resources. His passion is finding innovative ways to solve difficult problems.
As Global Head of Workforce Strategy at BNY Mellon, John leads the workforce strategy, planning and analytics teams for the largest custody bank in the world. Prior to joining BNY Mellon, he was Director of People Analytics at AOL, where he led efforts to bring a data-driven approach to improving all aspects of the company’s interactions with employees.
John spent his early career at NASA's Langley Research Center as a systems engineer with Swales Aerospace (now ATK). He was the lead statistician for a technical assessment of the space shuttle after the Columbia disaster, and developed models to support improvements to the National Airspace System. He later held multiple roles at PTC, an engineering and manufacturing solutions firm, including leading North America consulting organizations for the aerospace, defense, retail and consumer goods businesses.
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Successful workforce planning efforts have always been rooted in business strategy – without this, even operational efforts will not lead to desired outcomes. The emergence of advanced people analytics makes this focus on strategy even more ...Read more