Title: Leveraging Regression Analysis to Improve Business Outcomes
Date: Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Time: 9 AM - 5 PM
Location: 1010 N Glebe Suite 400, Arlington, VA 22201
Cost: $450 (in the form of a donation to the George Mason University Industrial and Organizational Psychology program)
Point of Contact: Dr. Seth Kaplan (please put "Regression Workshop" in the subject line of your email)
See Below for Additional Information
Data-driven decisions in the business environment yield purposeful, defensible, and insightful effects. Using regression to understand data, professionals also can make decisions to achieve strategic and tactical objectives. While many methods are used to analyze data, regression analysis is the most common and often most useful method.
Effectively applying simple linear and multiple regression analyses in economic, marketing, and other business domains is important for professionals looking to make data-driven decisions. By leveraging regression analysis, professionals can improve outcomes in a variety of areas, including marketing tactics, human resources policies, inventory levels, and staffing forecasts.
Regression analysis is the process of quantifying the strength of relationships between variables in a given situation. Departments in any organization, including Federal, association or commercial, can apply regression analysis to determine what links, relationships, and connections exist between data points and the strength of those relationships. The results from this method help professionals understand data more precisely and enable them to make more impactful, evidence-based decisions.
In this course, attendees will also learn business application examples of regression across human resources, marketing, operations, and finance. Using programs like Excel and SPSS, attendees will learn how to apply regression effectively, regardless of previous experience.
- Understand simple linear and multiple regression models
- Interpret standardized and unstandardized regression weights
- Present motivating scenarios for moderation analysis
- Practice conducting and interpreting power analyses
- Write about regression in proposals and reports
- Present regression results in meetings
Seth Kaplan, Director of the Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology Ph.D. Program, George Mason University
Dr. Seth Kaplan is an associate professor of industrial and organizational psychology at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. His focus is on employee well-being, team performance, and flexible work arrangements. He also teaches doctoral-level courses in psychometrics and advanced statistics. http://psychology.gmu.edu/people/skaplan1
Reeshad Dalal, Associate Professor, Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology, George Mason University
Dr. Dalal is an associate professor of industrial and organizational psychology at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. His research interests are in the areas of employee performance and decision-making, person-situation interactions, job attitudes and emotions, and psychological approaches to cybersecurity. http://psychology.gmu.edu/people/rdalal
Registration and Payment
Please go to this site to register for the conference: Leveraging Regression Analysis Workshop
- All funds generated from this workshop will go directly to the George Mason Industrial and Organizational Psychology program.
- Funds will be used to support our graduate students (e.g., to provide summer funding and conference travel funding).
- This is a tax-deductible expense.
- Please pay only when you are certain that you will be able to attend the workshop. Once a payment is made, it cannot be reimbursed!
- To attend the workshop, you must pay by August 15, 2017. Please bring your donation receipt with you to the workshop.
Here’s how to pay:
- Please use the following link: https://securemason.gmu.edu/s/1564/match/index.aspx?sid=1564&gid=2&pgid=651&cid=1709&appealcode=ISS01
- Select, “other”.
- Then, in the text box for “other,” please type (or copy and paste) the following:
- "Industrial and Organizational Psychology Student Association (Account Number: 011608)"
- The donation amount (i.e., the cost of the workshop) is $450.
Thank you for your support of the George Mason Industrial and Organizational Psychology program! We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!