Last week Brandon Hall Group published 12 pieces of research – 1 new proprietary research report, 6 case studies, 1 solution provider profile, 1 webinar and 3 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:
- Leadership Development: Framing a Systematic Approach
- 3 Requirements of Social Learning Effectiveness
- Leaving Money on the Table – How Companies are Missing the Point on EVP
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Here is an overview of research released the week of Nov. 2-8:
New Research Report
Leadership Development: Framing a Systematic Approach
This white paper provides rich detail on Brandon Hall Group’s high-performance leadership development framework, based on 2015 research. The paper also includes a business model and other tools to help you understand high-performance talent management and how your organization can move forward.
Award-winning Case Studies
These case studies – mostly winners of 2015 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards – were released for publication this week:
Norton Healthcare’s LMS Implementation Story
Implementing learning technology is a complex process with various stakeholders and requirements attached. That’s why Norton Healthcare took time to select the right provider to help it not only track and manage learning, but to meet the fundamental needs of the business. The new system has improved the user experience on the front end and eased some reporting burdens on the administrative end. This earned a Bronze Award for Best Learning Technology Implementation in the 2015 Excellence Awards.
Valvoline Uses Extended Enterprise Learning as a Competitive Advantage
This case study examines the effort by Valvoline Instant Oil Change (VIOC) to create a single, standard training platform for everyone working in a VIOC branded store, whether company-owned or franchised. VIOC wanted to shorten the time it took for employees to reach each level of competency in order to maximize workforce efficiency and keep up its bench strength.
CSC Formalizes the Product Lifecycle Process
This awards case study focuses on Computer Sciences Corporation, a $13 billion government contracting firm, and its effort (with partner GP Strategies) to create customized content to educate staff on its Offering Lifecycle Management (OLM) program. OLM is a process to evaluate proposed new product offerings, manage the development of the concept, and provide necessary resources for the new offerings as they evolve from the concept phase. The initiative earned a Gold Award for Best Custom Content in the 2015 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards.
Internal Product Education at Ooyala
This awards case study examines the effort by online video company Ooyala to standardize the knowledge of all technical sales team members to ensure they have the proper skills to understand and map customer needs with Ooyala’s solutions. The program earned a Gold Award for Best Certification Program in the 2015 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards.
Growing Talent at Dimension Data
Dimension Data was at a crossroads. Its impressive growth rate provided expanded market share, but it also presented a challenge in how to best nurture and understand its rapidly growing workforce. This case study highlights how the South Africa-based IT services firm accomplished that task, earning a Bronze Award for Best Advance in Talent Management Technology Implementations in the 2015 Excellence Awards.
Managing Change at 3M
This case study highlights the Global Marketing Development Program at 3M. This program was grown to optimize the go-to market models in high growth markets. This earned a Bronze Award for Best Learning Program Supporting a Change Transformation Business Strategy in the 2015 Excellence Awards Program.
Leaving Money on the Table – How Companies are Missing the Point on EVP
Brandon Hall Group research shows that for companies focusing on the employer value proposition, the main concerns are primarily around talent acquisition. However, there are clear opportunities for leveraging EVP to engage employees, drive innovation, and reduce turnover. The webinar focused on:
· Key findings from the Brandon Hall Group 2015 Employer Value Proposition Survey
· Data about what companies focus on most often for EVP (and how they are missing the mark)
· A peek at information detailing what high-performing companies do differently from the rest
Solution Provider Profile
This solution provider profile features Thymometrics, a UK-based organization that offers always-on employee mood and opinion tracking and real-time two-way communication and feedback tools to measure employee engagement. The profile includes insights from Brandon Hall Group analyst Ben Eubanks.
Performance Management – It’s All About the Conversation
Performance management has been around for 50 years, and will be for another 50 and more. However, executing on it in status quo fashion is not an option for those who rely on it to make a business difference. In this blog post, Laci Loew previews to an upcoming webinar on improving performance management.
Stop Giving Training Certificates of Completion
Training sessions everywhere end with the ubiquitous certificate of completion. That happens because we need to help employees document what they have been trained on. But what if we took a step back and examined that practice from another point of view? In this blog post, Ben Eubanks explores how Plan International, a global nonprofit organization, bucks the trend by making learners take additional steps to earn their certificates after completing training events.
3 Requirements for Social Learning Effectiveness
We’ve all seen it happen. An organization rolls out a new social learning tool only to have interest wane and taper off in the weeks following the launch. But why? Why are some social learning technology implementations a dismal failure when others surpass initial expectations? In this blog post, Ben Eubanks offers a look at three of the factors that can make or break your new collaborative learning initiative, including the importance of curation and how to seed content.