Last week Brandon Hall Group published 9 pieces of research – 3 new proprietary research reports, 1 collection of case studies, 2 solution provider profiles, 1 response to a member research inquiry, and 2 research-based blogs.

Human Capital Management Research

In this blog, we will make public some of these reports (click on the links) as a way for non-members to familiarize themselves with our research:

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Here is an overview of research released the week of Aug. 31-Sept. 6.

New Research Reports

The True Cost of a Bad Hire

This research brief, based on two Brandon Hall Group talent acquisition studies in 2015, provides data that helps organizations understand what is behind bad hiring decisions and provides recommendations to mitigate these costs. 95% of organizations admit to making bad hiring decisions; those lacking a standard interview process are five times as likely to make a bad hire. Companies that invest in a strong candidate experience improve their quality of hires by 70%.

KnowledgeGraphic: Creating and Delivering Video Training Assets

This KnowledgeGraphic, based on data from Brandon Hall Group’s 2015 Video Training Study, looks at how video content is created and used, and the barriers to use in some organizations.

Leading Health Care Compliance Training

This installment of the Excellence in Practice Series features three healthcare organizations and their efforts to improve the quality of compliance training. The report features research on compliance training, summaries of the notable results of the initiatives, and full text of the case studies, all winners of Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards.

Excellence Award-Winning Case Studies

Leadership Development Award Case Studies – 2014

This collection of 26 case studies features Gold, Silver, and Bronze award-winning leadership development programs from the 2014 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards. Featured companies include American Express, AT&T, World Bank, Walgreens, Hilton Worldwide, Linked In, and General Electric.

Solution Provider Profiles

Docebo

This solution provider profile features Docebo, which aims to be an integral part of continuous professional development with an LMS as well as an ecosystem around the LMS that includes authoring, informal training, and coaching. The profile includes insights from Brandon Hall Group Principal Learning Analyst David Wentworth.

Brainshark

This solution provider profile features Brainshark sales enablement solutions, which aim to accelerate revenue through faster training, increased demand and more successful sales conversations. The profile includes insights from Principal Learning Analyst David Wentworth.

Questions from Members

One great benefit to Brandon Hall Group members is the ability to ask questions of our HCM analyst team and get quick answers, usually within 24 hours. The question answered this week was:

  • Do you have case studies or resources on diversity and inclusion training?

Research-based Blogs

Avoiding the Negative Impact of a ‘Bad Hire’

No company wants to make a bad hire – someone who is not a good fit for the organization and has a negative impact, and yet 95% of organizations admit to hiring ‘bad fits’ each year. In this blog post, Claude Werder looks at a few recommendations for how companies can improve hiring quality and reduce the cost of a bad hire.

95% of Companies Use Video for Learning

Video is exploding as a medium of training delivery. In fact, 95% of companies use some video for learning, according to the Brandon Hall Group 2015 Video for Learning Pulse Survey. When we consider the types of training available, video has the potential to be some of the most engaging, if used properly. In this blog post, Learning Analyst Ben Eubanks touches on the link between training and engagement, including why video may be the answer for both challenges.

Mike Cooke

Chief Executive Officer of Brandon Hall Group Mike Cooke Prior to joining Brandon Hall Group, Mike Cooke was the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of AC Growth. Mike held leadership and executive positions for the majority of his career, at which he was responsible for steering sales and marketing teams to drive results and profitability. His background includes more than 15 years of experience in sales, marketing, management, and operations in the research, consulting, software and technology industries. Mike has extensive experience in sales, marketing and management having worked for several early high-growth emerging businesses and has implemented technology systems to support various critical sales, finance, marketing and client service functions. He is especially skilled in organizing the sales and service strategy to fully support a company's growth strategy. The concept of growth was an absolute to Mike and a motivator in starting AC Growth, in order to help organizations achieve research driven results. Most recently, Mike was the VP and General Manager of Field Operations at Bersin & Associates, a global analyst and consulting services firm focused on all areas of enterprise learning, talent management and talent acquisition. Tasked with leading the company's global expansion, Mike led all sales operations worldwide. During Mike's tenure, the company has grown into a multi-national firm, conducting business in over 45 countries with over 4,500 multi-national organizations. Mike started his career at MicroVideo Learning Systems in 1992, eventually holding a senior management position and leading all corporate sales before founding Dynamic Minds. Mike was CEO and Co-Founder of Dynamic Minds, a custom developer of software programs, working with clients like Goldman Sachs, Prentice Hall, McGraw Hill and Merrill Lynch. Also, Mike worked for Oddcast, a leading provider of customer experience and marketing solutions, where he held a senior management position leading the company into new markets across various industries. Mike also serves on the Advisory Board for Carbon Solutions America, an independent sustainability consulting and carbon management firm that specializes in the design and implementation of greenhouse reduction and sustainability plans as well as managing the generation of carbon and renewal energy and energy efficiency credits. Mike attended University of Phoenix, studying Business Administration and Finance. He has also completed executive training at the Chicago Graduate School of Business in Chicago, IL.

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