Case Study on Using Predictive Hiring to Map Values with Job Competencies

Predictive analytics for hiring finally allows employers to measure 21st century job competencies required in today’s innovation economy. Soft skills like Grit, Rigor, Impact, Teamwork, Polish, Curiosity and Ownership — Koru7™ Impact Skills.

Company values no longer are just words on a poster hanging throughout the walls of employers. They are in fact the building blocks of building culture and one’s employment brand. With Koru predictive hiring, employers can map their values to the Koru7™ Impact Skills and start measuring them in candidates before meeting them.

In March 2017, Kristen Hamilton, Koru’s CEO and Co-Founder, was invited to keynote at Microsoft’s 2017 Global Business Development Summit. In this video, you will learn more about the Koru7™ Impact Skills and how they were mapped to Microsoft’s company values as publicly spoken about by Microsoft CEO, Satya.

Kristen Hamilton is the Co-Founder and CEO of Koru, the leader in predictive hiring. As a technology entrepreneur and executive with a passion for impact, Kristen has a successful track record driving value for customers and investors. She co-founded e-commerce pioneer Onvia and took it public in 2000. Kristen built the organization to 500 people, raised over $300 million of investment capital, and led the M&A team to acquire and integrate four private companies in two years. Kristen then shifted focus to education and talent acquisition, as head of educator strategy at Microsoft, and COO of World Learning, where she ran operations in 66 countries.

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