human capital management academyOrganizations are looking to the future with promise and perplexity when it comes to their people strategy and execution. Talent is now the number one focal point for driving breakthrough performance. Yet 94% of organizations that responded to Brandon Hall Group’s annual Talent Management Study said their talent management was ineffective.

Organizations have also recognized that to maximize the impact of their talent management strategy they need to optimize their human capital processes and technological environments. Well-conceived and carefully implemented processes that support people, and best-in-class technology to enable these processes, are tantamount to a successful talent management strategy. However, organizations continue to struggle with making the right technology decisions, and only about half of organizations participating in our latest research said their HCM technology is well suited for their needs.

Brandon Hall Group has worked with many organizations that face these challenges. Our collective experience and the research that we have generated in understanding the potential solutions to these challenges have been brought together in an innovative and highly effective offering – the Human Capital Management Academy (HCMA). The HCMA travels to New York City July 21-22 with two strategic workshops – one on Talent Management and the other on Technology Selection. You can register now at special introductory prices.

The one-day sessions each focus on a “tell-me, show-me, let-me-try” laboratory-like approach. Each workshop offers a practical and pragmatic approach to developing the right talent management strategy, how to effectively execute the strategy and support key talent processes through proper technology selection.

The full-day curriculum for each workshop drives toward three outcomes:

  • Understanding the leading practices for talent management and technology selection
  • How to build the right talent management strategy customized to your organization
  • How to make the right technology choices that unleash the full potential of your talent

We live in a global economy where competition from every corner of the world is now at our front door. The war for talent is raging. Building a comprehensive HCM technology selection process represents a real opportunity to accelerate the business impact of HR, talent and learning strategies in most organizations, regardless of region or industry. So come join us for this highly interactive and thought-provoking set of workshops and learn the “secrets” to driving breakthrough performance with your people.

Michael Rochelle, Chief Strategy Officer and
Principal Analyst, Brandon Hall Group

Michael Rochelle

Chief Strategy Officer Michael Rochelle Michael is responsible for consulting, strategic services and advisory support for our members. Michael brings 25 years experience in commercial and operational strategy and execution including key roles in sales, marketing, business development, strategy, program management and operations in Fortune 500 and venture-backed start-up organizations. Michael has served in a variety of senior and executive team roles including Strategy and Program Management Officer and Vice President Business Development and Corporate Services (HR and IT) at Nabi Biopharmaceuticals, Chief Business Officer at Quonova LLC, Vice President, Marketing and Business Development at International Clinical Laboratories and Director of Corporate Business Development at SmithKline Beecham. Michael also held field sales, sales management, market planning and corporate business development roles for Genzyme and RedPath. In addition to his corporate experience, Michael also held management consulting roles. At Employee Information Services, Michael was Vice President and a member of the executive team responsible for leading the management consulting division, client services and business operations. Before his tenure at Employee Information Services, Michael was a principal and senior consultant at RSA, an industry leading employee services management consulting firm. Michael received his B.A. from Assumption College and MBA from Bryant University.