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The Data Morphosis Group design and build interactive, next generation talent software that transforms human capital information into fluid, visual insight.
Traditional human capital management systems treat people like inventory. Talent information is usually badly organised,often held in multiple systems, and usually presented in spreadsheets or one-dimensional graphics. As a result, human resources professionals are limited in their capacity to be commercially relevant.
Here at Data Morphosis, we design next-generation visualisation software that transforms your messy talent data into stunning visualisation, allowing users to replace instincts and guesswork with facts and insight.
The Data Morphosis™ platform consolidates a client’s human capital data from one or many HCM systems. Users can then rapidly explore patterns in their people data, making correlations between talent and business performance, all in a format that engages business leaders in seconds, putting human resource professionals at the centre of a discussion rather than on the fringe.
Our software is available as a hosted or on-premise solution.
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Sam is the Founder & CEO of Data Morphosis Group, based in London.
Prior to founding the Data Morphosis group, Sam spent 10 years in the executive search industry (in Sydney, Singapore and Hong Kong) placing front office professionals in sales, trading and research for tier one investment banks and fund managers.
He started his career as a consultant with Anderson Consulting (later renamed Accenture), where he worked with clients across Europe in supply chain management, communications & technology and financial services.
Sam is currently a member of the Disability Forum’s President’s Group , a member of the Advisory Board for Catalyst (www.Catalyst.org). He is also a Partner at award-winning data visualization agency Two N, based in New York. Sam studied Business Studies at The University of Salford.
Charles is responsible for managing relationships in the EMEA region.
Charles’ career in diversity began under the direction of his father, Jerome Mack MBE with Equalities Associates, providing diversity consultation services to both public and private sector organisations across the UK.
After four years with Equalities Associates, Charles moved on to become Diversity Manager for engineering consultancy Faber Maunsell/AECOM, delivering their diversity programme from strategy to reality. Following a global re-brand and merger of AECOM’s operating companies, Charles was made European Diversity Manager for AECOM.
In 2011, Charles joined Morgan Stanley in London as Diversity Director, with specific responsibility for the development and management of internal communications, employee networks, diversity monitoring and employee training programmes.
Hermann is the creative lead at Data Morphosis. He is a founding partner of award winning data visualisation design studio Two N, strategic partner to the group. He has worked with Data Morphosis since day one.
With a background in architecture and a Masters Degree from Columbia University (2000) – where he was awarded with the Kinne Fellows Prize – Hermann founded a firm in 2003 to continue his obsession with data visualisation and interaction design. His work has earned him numerous awards, including two Webby Award nominations (2010 & ’12) and three consecutive Communication Arts “Award for Design Excellency” (2010, ’11 & ’12).
Hermann has worked with some of the biggest companies in the financial services industry, including the NYSE Euronext and Bloomberg L.P. His firm’s own StockMapper website was included on Time Magazine’s list of the “50 Best Websites of 2010″ and their work was nominated for the 2012 Data Journalism Awards in the data visualisation and storytelling (national/international) category.
Amit is responsible for developing and integrating the front-end user interface of all Data Morphosis products. He is a founding partner of award winning data visualisation design studio Two N, strategic partner to the group. He has been in charge of creating and delivering the front-end experience since day one.
Amit has over 12 years of experience designing and developing web application, largely focused on data visualistion and user interfaces, as well as large-scale web development projects.
Prior to joining his own firm, Amit was the Lead UI Developer at Seattle-based startup, Intersect. He is a part-time Faculty member at Parsons School of Design/New School University.
Janelle manages Data Morphosis relationships in Asia Pacific.
Before joining Data Morphosis, Janelle was the Diversity & Inclusion leader for Cisco Systems Japan G.K. In this role, she led the company wide D&I business strategy, and was a key member of the Cisco Global I&D Coalition.
Prior to joining Cisco, Janelle served as a talent manager at Stanford University. Before that, she launched a human resources function at a major investment management company.
Janelle is a member of the Women in Leadership Committee at the American Chamber of Commerce Japan, and a co-founder of the Diversity & Inclusion Network for companies in Japan. She is a volunteer career coach and mentor.
Janelle is a graduate at University of California, Berkeley and holds a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification.
Mason Donovan is a principal at The Dagoba Group, a New England based consultancy that specialises in leadership and sales development in the areas of diversity and inclusion. He has over a decade of consulting clients in the areas of talent acquisition, performance management and leading inclusive teams.
Mason believes diversity and inclusion is a marketplace differentiator. He has consulted with over half of Fortune 1000 global companies on talent acquisition and management initiatives, and has represented the US Government and the State of Florida on a commercial and diplomatic basis in EMEA.
Mason is the co-author of The Inclusion Dividend: Why investing in Diversity & Inclusion Pays Off ,and author of DRIVEN: A Manager’s Field Guide to Sales Team Optimization. He has been a speaker and panelist on a wide range of topics, and is often interviewed for sales team strategy.
Mason earned a MA in International Business from Webster University in the Netherlands and a BA in International Relations from University of Mary Washington in Virginia.
Jacques is a Director at Just Resources International, distribution partner to Data Morphosis in South Africa.
Just Resources have over 20 years’ experience in the design, development and delivery of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion programmes for public, private and 3rd sector organisations around the world.
Prior to Just Resources International, Jacques founded the An1ken Group in 2007 – a group of companies that believe that by working together and broadening their horizons, they can encourage change through actions. Today he continues to fulfill his passion of building sustainable companies in different business sectors, around the world.
Claes is Managing Director of Gavisus, alliance parter to Data Morphosis in the Nordics.
Gavisus is a leading provider of strategic HR solutions with a strong local presence in the Nordics. Gavisus have offices in Copenhagen, Olso and Stockholm.
Prior to leading Gavisus, Claes held roles as Managing Director at TM Nordic Sweden, Lumesse, Edvantage group Sweden, CEO of Open Training Sweden AB, Account Executive at Global English Corp., Scandinavian Director at CBT Sys/SkillSoft/Smartforce . Also, management positions at Kodak, Visutech and Electronics for Imaging.
For more than 25 years Rayona Sharpnack has been consulting multinational corporations, federal governments and global not-for-profit organisations on achieving Gender Partnership by focusing on three strategies: develop and advance women leaders at all levels; engage men to support and advance women; remove institutional barriers and blind spots that unconsciously disadvantage women leaders.
Integrating her careers in education, professional sports and business, Rayona has created a methodology called Contextual Leadership that is successfully used not only in Gender Partnership, but is achieving break through results in strategic business priorities. She is accountable for Data Morphosis’ Global Alliance Partner programme.
Evan Smith founded and runs Metamorphosis Management Group. Trained as an industrial engineer, he has been helping organizations and leaders to deliver measurable results by fostering successful organizational and individual change for more than 20 years. Earlier in his career, Evan led the Quality function for a global mid-cap chemical company. He led the corporate Performance Management function for a U. S. regional bank in the early 1990s during a time of restructuring; he also helped to introduce and structure revamped business lines for the bank’s investment services arm. Evan started his career with GE in its aerospace business, working on the Information Systems Management Program (ISMP).
He’s been involved in a range of restructuring, acquisition- / post-merger-integration, and organizational development exercises – both as a corporate manager, and as a consultant. As a consultant, he supported several acquisitions by Intermagnetics General Corporation in its medical equipment/ device businesses; and was a primary consultant on the post-merger integration of Momentive Performance Materials, a global chemical company formed from the sale by GE of a wholly-owned subsidiary and stakes of two joint-ventures. He also led the integration planning for a Japanese telecom client acquiring a cable company in a U. S. market. These cases focused on helping clients to understand, map and deploy their workforces and talents to best advantage.
Evan has taught management courses through Tufts University and the State University of New York; he has also led workshops in Change Management (Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations); and leadership- and senior-team development (University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, Advanced Management Program).
Evan earned his Masters in Public and Private Management from the Yale School of Organization and Management. He also holds Bachelor degrees in Industrial & Management Systems Engineering, and in Liberal Arts, from the Pennsylvania State University.
Margaretta Noonan, founder of noonanWorks, has had C-suite experience with Fortune 500 companies in all global functions of human resources. She has a proven track record of being able to identify issues in complex organizations and implement effective solutions.
In her last corporate assignment, Ms. Noonan was the Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer for Hudson Global, Inc, a worldwide recruitment, staffing, and human resources consulting company. During her time with Hudson, she created a single corporate culture in a company made up of 67 acquired businesses. She worked directly with the Chairman of the Compensation Committee to ensure that all pay plans consistently supported the corporate goals.
During her corporate career, Ms. Noonan participated in the management of a high growth organization (Kohl’s), an acquirer of more than 100 other firms (Monster), a Chapter 11 bankruptcy (Best Products), a company closure (Carter Hawley Hale), and a successful public-company spin off (Hudson). These experiences have helped her bring creative ideas to the clients she assists with compensation, communication, organizational design and performance management.
She has appeared on television including CNNfn, Extra!, the Oxygen network and interviews with print media such as The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Business Week and Working Woman Magazine. She has given speeches at the International Quality & Productivity Center, the Columbia University Graduate School, and the Global Summit of Women, among others. Ms. Noonan is a summa cum laude graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia.
ALLIANCE PARTNER (MIDDLE EAST)
Tom leads Azrek Human Capital, distribution partner to Data Morphosis in the Middle East.
Based in Dubai, the firm have 25 years of experience with offices in strategic locations in the Gulf. They specialise in conducting global searches to identify exceptional individuals for clients across all major markets, particularly financial services, real estate, construction and engineering.
Prior to leading Azrek, Tom was the Head of all recruitment functions in EMEA for Peppers & Rogers Group. He has lived and worked in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Data Morphosis is Headquartered in London with offices spread across 4 continents.
Alongside our global alliance partners, we are able to service clients in every region of the world.
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15 September, PRESS RELEASE
Data Morphosis to feature at HR Technology® Conference & Exposition – ‘Awesome New Start Ups for HR’
20 August, PRESS RELEASE
CMS Cameron McKenna becomes first UK law firm to go live on Gender Gap software platform
15 August, PRESS RELEASE
Data Morphosis Assigns Gavisus as Nordic Distributer
6 August, DiversityJournal.com
Innovative software gives diversity measurement teeth
25 July, BizJournals.com
The old boys’ club has a new enemy: the ‘weapon of mass transparency’
21 July, BizJournals.com
Apple’s new female director: Sign of a changing Gender Map?
19 July, Forbes Magazine
Silicon Valley’s Women Problem: Only 7% Of Tech Boards Are Female
09 July, Forbes Magazine
Not Just Google And Facebook: America’s Boardrooms Are Still Woefully Bereft Of Women
09 June, PRESS RELEASE
ACCJ Interview: Driving a better gender-balanced workforce
5 March, PRESS RELEASE
Press release: Data Morphosis Welcome Adjuvo to its Global Advisory Board
27 February, Financial Times (subscription required)
Technology: Visual data can inform the debate
21 February, PRESS RELEASE
Press release: Data Morphosis CEO, Sam Jones, Speaks At The Colloquium On Global Diversity In New York
14 November, Financial News (subscription required)
Q&A with the banker who joined Gender Gap™
8 November, Stonewall
Lord Alli, CBBC and Antony Cotton lead 2013 Stonewall Award winners
6 November, PRESS RELEASE
Gender Gap™ sponsors The Women’s Foundation Gala Dinner in Hong Kong
6 November, PRESS RELEASE
Gender Gap™ extends congratulations, and continued support, to this year’s Stonewall Awards nominees
28 October, Institute of Leadership & Management
Fighting for Equality: Women and Boards
23 October, Stonewall
Stonewall launches Global Diversity Champions Programme