HCM Outlook 2020 Survey

Brandon Hall Group once again seeks to understand businesses’ human capital management priorities for 2020. In doing so, we will be able to tailor our research to meet the needs of companies grappling with everything from age-old business conditions to new, disruptive challenges. We also want to identify the technology solutions organizations use to meet their HCM needs.

Our research areas are Learning and Development, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Talent Acquisition and HR/Workforce Management. We also seek to identify the technology solutions organizations use to meet their HCM needs.
 

     
 

Talent Risks 2019

Brandon Hall Group’s previous Talent Risks survey revealed the top concerns of CEOs are managing, developing and retaining talent. The new research will examine the current situation, challenges organizations are faced with when looking at how to hire, develop and retain top talent, and best practices.

 

     
 

Wellness and Well-Being Survey 2019

We seek to uncover how organizations incorporate well-being into their workplaces, identify emerging trends, new technologies, the use of third-party vendors and the impact of culture on benefits in general, and wellness and well-being specifically.
     
     
 

Learning Strategy 2019 

Development of a learning strategy that provides a future blueprint for driving business performance is both a critical need and huge challenge for most organizations. Brandon Hall Group's 2019 Learning & Development Strategy Survey seeks to uncover how organizations are developing and implementing their learning strategies and which practices are best suited to prepare companies for the future.

Specifically, the survey explores; effectiveness of learning strategies, organizations’ preparedness to tackle learning priorities, how organizations mix formal, informal and experiential learning, and areas for improvement.

     
 

Learning & Development Benchmarking 2019 

With business needs changing quickly and technology advancing even faster, companies are constantly re-evaluating how they spend their learning dollars. It can also be difficult to determine just how big the Learning & Development function should be related to a company’s size and the industry in which they operate.

This annual research effort will look at how organizations deliver learning, where they spend their money, how learning functions are structured, and how they allocate resources. By comparing this information with organizational performance and other demographic data, this research provides high-level benchmarks that organizations can use as a guidepost for their own learning and development programs.

 

 

 

 

Learning Technology 2019

As the learning technology market continues to expand and evolve, it is critical that organizations gain an understanding of the technology it will take to deliver effective learning and development initiatives in today's environment.
 
Brandon Hall Group is looking to understand your perspective: which features and functions of learning management technology are most essential; which are you most satisfied with; which new technologies do you intend to purchase in the future; and which solution provider competencies are essential to you.
   

 

 

Talent Management Technology 201

To effectively develop talent that meets the needs of business, talent processes must work together to attain the best results. Effective talent development cannot happen without enabling technology that meets organizations’ specific needs.

In our 2019 Talent Technology Study, Brandon Hall Group is looking to understand your perspective on the following: The modules, features and functions you find most essential. Your satisfaction with the current functionality. Which modules or functions you intend to purchase in the future? Which solution provider competencies are essential to you?

     
 

Workforce Management Technology 201

As the workforce-management technology market expands and evolves, organizations must gain an understanding of the technology needed to deliver effective workforce-management services.

Brandon Hall Group seeks to understand your perspective: which features and functions of workforce management technology are most essential; which are you most satisfied with; which new technologies do you intend to purchase; and which solution-provider competencies are essential to you. We value your opinion and invite you to participate in this important annual survey.
     
   

 


 

  Thank you for your participation! Your survey responses will remain completely confidential and your name will not be given to any external parties. Your information will only be used for aggregate research purposes and to deliver your research summary results and complimentary research paper.    
   

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