Over the past two weeks, Brandon Hall Group published 12 pieces of research – 2 new proprietary research reports, 8 award-winning technology reviews, and 2 research-based blogs.
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:
- Executive Summary: Learning Technology Industry Perspective 2016
- KnowledgeGraphic: The Good, the Bad and the Innovative in Performance Management
- HCMx Radio: Artificial Intelligence in the HCM World
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Here is an overview of research released July 11-17:
New Research Reports
Learning Technology 2016: Embracing Innovation
for a Better Learner Experience
The tide finally appears to be turning for learning technology. After a decade of inertia, the top learning priority for organizations surveyed in Brandon Hall Group’s 2016 Learning Technology Study is exploring new or different learning technologies. Over the next 12 months, new technologies take priority over even perennially important initiatives such as developing the learning strategy and improving the link between learning and performance. But only 20% of organizations in our research have fully mature, robust learning technology strategies governing the implementation of these solutions. This industry perspective reviews Brandon Hall Group’s latest learning technology research and puts forth critical calls for change that will make organizations more successful in implementing new technologies that will improve the learner experience.
KnowledgeGraphic: The Good, the Bad, and the
Innovative of Performance Management
This KnowledgeGraphic, based on data from Brandon Hall Group’s 2016 Performance Management Study, evaluates the pros and cons of how performance management is handled in organizations and shows how collaborative organizations are able to make performance management more effective than other types of organizations.
Award-Winning Technology Reviews
These technology reviews – winners of 2015 Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Technology Awards – were released for publication:
Axonify’s Continuous Learning Cycle
Axonify positions itself as knowledge management system. With the Axonify platform, employee knowledge is achieved by five interconnected and interdependent components: micro learning + knowledge-on-demand + influential leadership/coaching + behavior observation and measurement through to business results, each with their own unique set of capabilities.
Enterprise Video Platform by kPoint Technologies
kPoint is an enterprise video platform that simplifies the adoption of video for learning and development. kPoint is different from conventional video in that it allows for two screens playing simultaneously, simulating the classroom experience of learners watching and listening to the trainer while viewing the training material. kPoint video has interactive features that augment the learning experience.
Tofas Academy’s Multi-Faceted Portal
TOFAŞ Academy Portal provides services in human resources, education, and communication to the entire value chain of TOFAŞ Academy, the learning organization for TOFAŞ Turk Otomobil Fabrikasi, an automotive leader in Turkey. Among the capabilities of this platform are all types of training offerings and administration, turnover reporting, competency assessments, success stories from around the company, the organization’s eNewspaper and eLibrary, and much more.
OPM’s Animated Diversity Initiative
“The New IQ: Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace’ live animation is the Office of Personnel Management’s comprehensive diversity training initiative. It provides the federal government with a cost effective and quick way to educate and encourage federal leaders and employees to embrace inclusive behaviors to improve employee engagement within their respective workplaces. The New IQ Live Animate is flexible because it is available in any format (MP4, HTML Link, YouTube, on a mobile device, or a desktop).
Powering Blended Learning with Xyleme LCMS
Xyleme is a collaborative, single-source authoring and publishing platform that allows for the rapid reuse of content published to any print or digital format. Xyleme content management for learning and development helps content teams write learning content once and deliver it across multiple formats, accelerate content development and maintenance to meet the pace of business, and effectively collaborate with authors and subject matter experts.
Vestrics’ Predictive Analytics and Workforce Optimization Platform
The Vestrics Vision platform is based upon 10 years of working with organizations across the globe to measure, predict, and optimize the business impact of their human capital decisions. The platform analyzes the impact of a full range of investments: leadership development, customer initiatives, calls centers, safety, rewards and recognition, social platforms. Moving past correlations into true causality and ROI, the Vision platform is enabling Vestrics clients to isolate the impact and optimize the investment.
Rich Video Content Anytime, Anywhere at EY’s Tax Practice
EY, in partnership with Xerox, developed a video learning portal using the VIDIZMO MediaTube platform. In addition to featuring tax “teach” videos, it features numerous performance support videos demonstrating tips and tricks for using the firm’s tax return preparation software. The tax staff makes frequent use of these videos while navigating through the software. The portal also contains short videos on personal and career development topics and recordings of some live classroom programs for those who were unable to attend.
Software for Training Companies by Training Orchestra
Training Orchestra offers training management software for both corporate training departments and external training companies. For training companies, Training Orchestra’s system serves as the core business ERP for the training activities. It ensures clear sight over client orders and sales, detailed cost-tracking per activity, optimized Instructor-Led Training resources, and trainer scheduling, and integrated invoicing process with profitability tracking.
Companies Want New Learning Technology, But Are They Ready?
It looks like it’s finally happening. Facebook and the iPhone have been around for about 10 years. The 70/20/10 model has been around for 20. Yet, during all that time, most companies have been content delivering two-dimensional learning experiences through either a classroom environment or online courses. There has been talk of things like mobile and social learning. There has also been consideration, thought, and deliberation. Just not a whole lot of action. Now companies say exploring new learning technologies is their top priority. But are they ready? Please click here to read the complete blog by Principal Learning Analyst David Wentworth.
HCMx Radio: Artificial Intelligence in the HCM World
Artificial intelligence is slowly changing how we make decisions, from simple tasks such as turning on your smart toaster that will anticipate your every preference, through programming your entire home through SmartThings. Innovative HCM technology providers such as Cornerstone OnDemand are building their capabilities to help bridge the gaps of large volumes of data that are sitting in their clients’ applications, so they can assist them in processing the data to predict better decisions around learning and talent needs. In this edition f HCMx Radio, Brandon Hall Group COO Rachel Cooke discusses HCM market trends and machine learning with Jason Corsello, SVP, Strategy & Corporate Development, at Cornerstone OnDemand, a global leader in cloud-based talent management software solutions. To read the complete blog and hear the podcast, click here.