Charting What’s Next for Your Learning & Talent Strategy

April 19, 2017 | SumTotal | HCI
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Organizations with strong learning and talent management processes drive business results, according to findings gathered from SumTotal, a Skillsoft Company’s research, which gathered findings from the combined Skillsoft and SumTotal companies’ 6,700 customers and 45 million employees.  They generate more revenue, greater employee engagement, reduced staff turnover, higher customer retention…the list goes on. Maturing your learning and talent strategy is a business imperative.

Before you can determine how to improve, you need to understand your organization’s current state. SumTotal’s 5-stage benchmarking framework can help you assess your current stage of maturity and develop a plan to advance to the next level. In this webcast you’ll learn:

  • Maturity indicators we’ve designed based on observations of thousands of organizations across all sizes, geographies, and industries
  • How to diagnose your organization’s present level of maturity
  • Concrete steps to improve learning and talent effectiveness and ultimately, business results

To know where you’re going, you must first know where you’re starting.  Our Learning & Talent Framework helps organizations identify their current level of maturity, and plot their path to the next plane. Our model, which is a first in its industry, combines learning and talent into one integrated maturity model. Existing models do not adequately address the end-user and employee impact of siloed learning and talent processes.

Most models are four stages; our model has five with the added “Stage 3 – Transformation.”

As organizations mature their learning and talent processes, they can expect to see an improvement in their workforce agility, adaptive HR strategy and business performance.

Join us for the upcoming webcast, Charting What’s Next for your Learning & Strategy Talent, to learn how to understand your organization’s current state of maturity, and how to refine learning and talent effectiveness.