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South Bend, IN (PRWEB)
July 31, 2017
Stay Metrics, provider of an evidence-based driver engagement, research and analytics platform that enables motor carriers to retain more of their best drivers, announces its Scientific Advisory Board along with new, original research projects in the trucking industry.
Members of the Scientific Advisory Board are some of the world’s leading researchers in areas critical to the success of commercial and private fleets. These areas of expertise include employee retention, employee behavior and behavioral analytics.
The Board is led by Stay Metrics’ Director of Research, Timothy Judge, PhD, who is the most published and cited author in top-tier journals of applied psychology and management research.
Timothy Judge and the Scientific Advisory Board provide Stay Metrics with expert advice and guidance for its products and research to ensure the highest standards of data quality and integrity are being met.
“Dr. Judge and the Scientific Advisory Board are very detailed. Their fingerprints are all over our products and will be on every new product we build,” said Tim Hindes, chief executive officer of Stay Metrics, which was founded and is headquartered in the Innovation Park of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind. “For example, we will be developing big data solutions for our clients that combine our research with client-specific data in operations, safety, and other sources. We will build new predictive models for driver turnover among other exciting endeavors.”
Besides playing a strategic role in product development, the Scientific Advisory Board will create “win-win” research scenarios for motor carriers and scholars, explains Judge.
“I think carriers love data but making practical use of their data to understand why drivers are leaving is another matter,” said Judge, who is executive director of the Fisher Leadership Initiative in the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. “We can help carriers win by making sense of this mountain of data. As researchers, we also win by studying a dynamic, interesting industry with so much data to analyze.”
The members of the Scientific Advisory Board…