According to recent study conducted by the MIT Sloan Management Review and IBM Institute for Business Value, “top-performing companies are three times more likely than lower performers to be sophisticated users of analytics, and are two times more likely to say that their analytics use is a competitive differentiator.”
What steps has your organization taken to improve hiring and recruiting readiness as the economy recovers? Successful recruiting in the recovery takes smart sourcing and a broader talent management strategy.
The global economy has never been more dynamic â€” or less certain. Thereâ€™s more opportunity than ever before, but thereâ€™s also less margin for error. If your company is going to succeed, it needs to be the fastest, the smartest, the most versatile.
Ask any business leader, HR professional, consultant, analyst or software vendor and you'll get a different definition of talent management. And chances are it's a different definition than the one the same person espoused two years ago! So how do you make sense of it?
Pay-for-performance is top of mind for human resources and finance leaders as they look to establish a culture of top performers by aligning goals, performance and rewards. Yet pay-for-performance plans can either be an invaluable management tool for increasing productivity and retention or a budget-busting tool that unintentionally undermines performance.
Webinar presenter Jeffrey Berk will discuss the business case for learning and performance measurement and present specific best practices for turning smile sheets into smart sheets, reducing evaluation administration burden, leveraging technology and utilizing business impact templates.
Corporate learning measurement is a nagging headache for most learning executives. With the increased emphasis and adoption of informal learning, the challenge becomes even more complex. This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of modern, business-based learning measurement practices.
â€œCommunicating the Business Benefits of Talent Managementâ€ is the second presentation in this special two-part webinar series. Stacey Harris from Bersin & Associates will share best practices from leading organizations and offer real-world guidance on identifying and communicating the business benefits of talent planning.
Drs. Kathleen K. Lundquist and John C. Scott, principals of APT Inc., and Michael J. Puma, a partner in Morgan Lewis's Labor and Employment Practice, demonstrate how you can turn the repercussions of a sour economy into sweet opportunities for your organization.