Brandon Hall Group's
Human Capital Management Academy
In today’s global and distributed knowledge economy, technology is a critical differentiator in driving business results. In Brandon Hall Group’s latest research, only about 50% of organizations indicated their HCM technology is well suited for their needs. They told us their top concern was how to optimize HCM technology within their organization without creating unwanted organizational complexity in doing so. Building a comprehensive HCM technology selection process represents a real opportunity to accelerate the business impact of HR, talent and learning strategies in most organizations, regardless of region or industry.
The CEO, other senior business leaders, and leaders in the HCM functions should act as internal consultants to the business and to each other to implement a sophisticated strategy and methodology for selecting HCM technologies.
This workshop -- a strategic “tell-me, show-me, let-me-try” laboratory-like approach -- is centered around Brandon Hall Group’s proprietary model for technology selection. The workshop presents leading practices and offers a practical diagnostic tool to enable decisions and pragmatic actions for effectively selecting technologies that truly meet the needs of stakeholders and the business as a whole.
This full-day curriculum drives toward three outcomes:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Who Should Attend: Senior business and HCM leaders involved in technology selection who want to build a comprehensive HCM technology selection process that aligns with business goals and creates and sustains organizational success.
FRAMEWORKS AND TOOLS
LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES
Understanding Leading Practices for HCM Technology
For years, senior leaders have been tasked with understanding the drivers, trends and challenges for selecting HCM technology – aligning corporate goals with the HCM technology strategy, supporting key learning and HR processes through HCM technology, IT considerations and others -- without any real data that illuminates why each activity is critically important to the other and without insight as to the enablers underscoring each activity. Of course, inefficiencies and ineffectiveness prevail. To break that low-impact cycle, this workshop provides insights on:
Understanding HCM Technology
Understanding leading practices for HCM technology is just the start. For business and HCM leaders to take action, another critical step is understanding how effective the current HCM technology strategy is – what works, what doesn’t, what is a priority for change, who needs to be involved in change decisions, and what organizational factors hinder or help the change transformation. The curriculum allows leaders to:
HCM Technology Selection Leading Practices
A key to a more effective HCM technology selection process is an actionable plan that follows leading and critical HCM technology selection practices. In this section of the curriculum, leaders will create a pragmatic action plan for selecting HCM technology. Sharing their plans with peers through group activities and an informal panel discussion, leaders will have the opportunity to validate and revise their plans in preparation for execution of them immediately upon returning to work. This section of the workshop covers:
• Michael Rochelle, Chief Strategy Officer, Brandon Hall Group
• David Wentworth, Senior Learning Analyst, Brandon Hall Group
*Or other Brandon Hall Group Senior Leaders
WORKSHOP DELIVERY OPTIONS
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