2018 Learning & Development Benchmarking

This research effort will look at how organizations deliver learning, where they spend their money, and how they allocate learning 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.

 


 

Workforce Management Technology 2018

As the workforce management technology market continues to expand and evolve, it is critical that organizations gain an understanding of the technology it will take to deliver effective workforce management services in today's environment.

Brandon Hall Group is looking 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 in the future; and which solution provider competencies are essential to you. We value your opinion, and invite you to participate in this important annual survey.


 

HCM Outlook 2019 Survey

Brandon Hall Group tailors our research to the needs of the market. The annual HCM Outlook Survey seeks to uncover the priorities and critical needs of organizations heading into the next calendar year.

Specifically, we want to how you will invest — in time and resources — in Learning & Development, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Talent Acquisition and Workforce Management/Core HR.


 

Talent Risks 2018

What do most business executives rank among their biggest concerns in today's economic climate?: Managing, developing and retaining people, or "talent." This research survey seeks to understand organizations' talent management risks, how those risks are perceived, and the degree to which they are managed and mitigated.


 

The 2018 Impact of Strategic Onboarding Survey

This survey will explore current and future strategic onboarding practices in the areas of learning including goal-setting, modalities, competencies; assimilation; and technology. In addition, Brandon Hall Group will address the impact of onboarding on the organization’s business and talent metrics.