One of the best parts about writing a blog is the ability to share information and teach leaders new approaches to thinking about processes in their organizations.  Another is the ability to crowdsource information for the benefit of all participants and readers.   It is in this spirit that I share this post with you today.  Brandon Hall Group is conducting our 2014 HR Systems Survey.

This survey focuses on the core HR systems that organizations purchase and use.  Further, it adds in detail around how they are selected and implemented, which will be extremely helpful to practitioners and decision-makers. HR professionals are rarely trained on how to select and implement HR technologies until they happen to be in an organization where a purchase is being made.  My hope is that this research will enable me to aid you and other HR leaders in making decisions and to learn more about how to purchase and implement the solutions.

If you are a HR leader or practitioner who works with your organization’s core HRIS, I encourage you to take the survey and share it with any other HR leaders you know.  By increasing the number of respondents, we will all benefit.

Once complete, you’ll receive the future results of the survey.  You’ll also receive the full version of the Brandon Hall Group report Performance and Teams: A Team Maturity Model.  Additionally, if you’re one of the first 300 respondents to complete all the questions, you’ll be entered into a drawing for an Apple gift card equivalent to the cost of an iPad Mini. Alternatively, if you enter the drawing but can’t or don’t want to accept the prize, Brandon Hall Group will donate an equal amount to a charity of your choice on your behalf.

Thank you in advance for your time and participation.  Stay tuned for the results.

Trish McFarlane, VP of Human Resource Practice and Principal Analyst,

Brandon Hall Group

@TrishMcFarlane

Trish McFarlane

VP Human Resources Practices, Principal Analyst Seasoned HR executive focused on alignment of strategic business objectives and HR competencies. Incorporates social media, marketing, internal communications, and innovation into the strategic objectives of the company. Goal is to expand the business scope of the HR professional as human resources evolves. Specialties: Trish McFarlane,Social media, communications, employee relations, leadership development, talent management, Trish McFarlane, jobs, Perficient, HRringleader, HRevolution, healthcare, Women of HR, Perficient, Fleishman Hillard, PricewaterhouseCoopers, St. Louis Children's Hospital, March of Dimes, The Conference Board, HR, human resources, technology, HR Technology, conferences, speaking, Benefits, recruiting, digital

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