Learn how to align business objectives and talent development priorities of the organization.
Discover specific ways to clearly communicate plans to instructional designers and HR business partners.
Find ways to broaden the impact of ISD by focusing on holistic program design and deployment activities that clearly drive business metrics.
Instructional Systems Design (ISD) is about improving job performance, and it relies on the premise that a well-executed needs analysis provides a deep understanding about the organizational business needs that learning systems are designed to address. But if and when learning goals aren’t met, the “quality” of the training intervention is often mistakenly blamed. Where is the disconnect between strategy and implementation? What gets lost in translation? This webcast will provide a roadmap for how ISD, HR Business Partners, and OD can more fully partner to drive sustainable workforce development.
March 9, 2015 | Jenna Filipkowski | Human Capital Institute
Organizations are uncovering the strategic force of their HR departments by empowering the roles of their Human Resource Business Partners (HRBPs). HRBPs work closely with senior leaders to develop strategic HR operations that align with ...
In the face of decreasing L&D budgets and increasing needs for skills training for employees, organizations must be on the lookout to develop and implement more cost-effective methods to arm their workforces with the tools and knowledge they ...
Time and again we hear that business acumen is the most desired skill for enabling a truly strategic HR partnership. Training is one way to get your employees up to speed - but training needs to hit the sweet spot in order to be effective. Join this webcast and learn how business acumen training has become one organization's secret recipe for sustained success.