HCMx RadioTune in for the latest episode of Brandon Hall Group’s HCMx Radio, sponsored this week by Xerox Learning Services, which delivers impactful, engaging, custom-tailored learning services that drive business results.

This episode focuses on Brandon Hall Group’s latest learning research, with my guest David Wentworth, Senior Learning Analyst at Brandon Hall Group since 2012. His focus has always been on emerging technologies, with a current concentration on social and mobile learning. Dave joins me to discuss a two research studies related to Learning Management Systems Trends and Training Benchmarking.

Check Out Brandon Hall Group’s HCMx Radio on BlogTalkRadio

We talk about the purpose and benefits of the LMS Trends Survey and what he’s hoping to learn once the results are in. Dave also lets listeners know how they can get involved in participating in the survey and what they can expect after their participation.  He mentions several areas organizations dislike about their current LMS and some of the changes that vendors are making to respond to organizational needs.

Dave also talks about his upcoming Training Benchmarking Study and the impact of things like cost, logistics and mobile technologies on training.  I hope you’ll join us for this discussion and be sure to weigh in with your comments.  Thanks for listening!

Trish McFarlane, VP and Principal Analyst,
Human Resources, Brandon Hall Group

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