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Gjennom medlemskap i REN får du tilgang til mange gode faglige rapporter fra Bersin by Deloitte.  

Vi skal nå ta for oss tre av de siste rapportene deres:

The Guide to Performance Management Software 2015: A Roadmap to Performance Management and the Solutions That Support It
Recently, performance management practices – and performance appraisals themselves – have faced an unrelenting wave of criticism. Yet performance management is the foundational element of any organization’s talent management efforts. It represents all of the processes that managers use to effectively lead, manage, develop, reward, and assess employees. Despite its fundamental role, many organizations pay too little attention to performance management. It is commonly perceived as an event-driven process.  Our research shows that high-impact performance management is about much more than these events – it is about supporting performance on an ongoing basis. Performance management is not something that high-impact organizations “do,” but is instead a way that work gets done.   This report reviews selected providers of solutions that support organizations in enabling performance management to be a part of how work is accomplished.

I denne rapporten som er på 85 sider gjør de en grundig analyse over 46 systemer innenfor disse områdene:
We looked at more than 1,000 features among the many vendors studied, across all areas of human capital management. We evaluated more than 120 features across the following eight areas of performance management:
·        Goal management
·        Managing and coaching
·        Development planning
·        Recognition
·        Appraisal management, including performance calibration
·        Team management
·        Use of mobile in performance management
·        Performance analytics

Global Human Capital Trends 2015: Leading in the new world of work
In this year’s report, we explore 10 major trends that emerged from our research, which reflect four major themes for the year—leading, engaging, reinventing, and reimagining. We also present the capability gaps associated with each of these trends, and offer practical insights to help you to address each of these challenges in your organization.

Dette er en grundig rapport på 105 sider hvor de gjennomgår disse 10 trendene:
·        Leadership: Why a perennial issue?
·        Learning and development: Into the spotlight
·        Culture and engagement: The naked organization
·        Workforce on demand: Are you ready?
·        Performance management: The secret ingredient
·        Reinventing HR: An extreme makeover
·        HR and people analytics: Stuck in neutral
·        People data everywhere: Bringing the outside in
·        Simplification of work: The coming revolution
·         Machines as talent: Collaboration, not competition

Investing in Learning Content: Redefining Priorities to Keep up with the Modern Learner
Learning and development (L&D) leaders need to rethink how content is defined, invested in, and used. Organizations invest more than $6.8 billion a year buying content and spend multiples of that building their own. Yet, nearly 50 percent of workers do not think they have opportunities to learn at work; only 15 percent of organizations think their workforces possess the necessary capabilities.

The problem is not a lack of money. After five straight years of growth, enterprise investments in L&D are back at or near historical highs. L&D staffing levels, however, are only beginning to recover from postrecession lows. In the meantime, learners’ needs, preferences, and habits have become more diverse and fragmented. It is hard to keep up.  People believe that at least 80 percent of work-related skills are learned on the job or informally, not in classrooms or via learning management systems (LMSs). But only one in five organizations spends even 10 percent of its L&D budget on informal learning methods. While L&D teams are still focused on traditional, formal training, learners are flocking to informal activities. The disconnect between L&D organizations and their learners only seems likely to continue growing— unless L&D organizations change their own behavior.

Her er en oversikt over andre nyere rapporter Bersin:

Reimagining L&D Capabilities to Drive Continuous Learning (3/17/15)
This report provides insights on how L&D professionals and departments should consider changing to meet new challenges.

Driving Innovation with MOOCs: An Interview with SAP (3/12/15)
This research report shares an interview with software and technology solution provider SAP exploring its enterprise MOOC offering, openSAP.

WhatWorks Brief: The Guide to Performance Management Software 2015—A Roadmap to Performance Management and the Solutions That Support It (3/12/15)
Performance management is not something that high-impact organizations “do,” but is instead a way that work gets done. This report reviews selected providers of solutions that support organizations in enabling performance management as a part of how work is accomplished.

HR Benchmarks for Modern Times (3/10/15)
In this webinar, we examine the latest metrics on HR budgets and staffing, providing valuable guidance to HR executives in determining the appropriate investments for their organizations.

HR Interactive Factbook 2015: Benchmark Your Organization Against U.S. HR Organizations (3/9/15)
 This Interactive Factbook is based upon the HR Factbook 2015: Benchmarks and Trends for U.S. HR Organizations. The HR Factbook is the industry’s most comprehensive source of data on HR spending, staffing, and resource allocations.

Business-Aligned Talent Management: How Essilor of America Drove Talent Management Alignment by Involving Senior Leaders in the Creation and Execution of a New Talent Strategy (3/4/15)
This case study explores how Essilor of America created a leadership council composed of senior-level executives and launched a "Talent Management Map Survey" to align talent management efforts to business needs.

Employee Goal Setting: What You Need to Know (2/26/15)
In this webinar, Stacia Sherman Garr shares research from the study, High-Impact Performance Management: Using Goals to Focus the 21st-Century Workforce.

Career Management Technology Buyer’s Guide Checklist (2/26/15)
This tool combines the elements relevant to a career management solution into a single buyer’s guide checklist.

Going Back to School: Developing a More Effective Campus Recruiting Program (2/24/15)
This webinar examines the value of effective campus recruiting programs and explores how organizations can drive programmatic efficiency while delivering a compelling candidate experience.

Organizing and Staffing Your Talent Analytics Function (Infographic) (2/18/15)
This infographic describes the key findings from our High-Impact Talent Analytics research on how to build and structure an effective talent analytics organization.

WhatWorks® Brief: Developing an Effective Campus Recruiting Program (2/17/15)
 This report examines the value of effective campus recruiting programs and explores how organizations can drive programmatic efficiency.

Developing an Effective Campus Recruiting Program (2/17/15)
This report examines the value of effective campus recruiting programs and explores how organizations can drive programmatic efficiency.

Facilitating Data-Driven Decision-Making through Talent Analytics Technologies (2/11/15)
As HR organizations struggle to advance their analytics capabilities, many are looking for help from their software solution providers. In this report, we demonstrate selected examples of how technology can be used to enhance a company’s talent analytics capabilities.

Predictions for 2015: Redesigning the Organization for a Rapidly Changing World (2/4/15)
In this webinar, Josh Bersin, founder and Principal at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP will discuss redesigning the organization for a rapidly changing world and describe ten drivers of HR success in 2015.

Strengthening a Culture of Security and Trust: How Salesforce Used Gamification in Security Training to Drive Ongoing Business Success (2/3/15)
 This case study shows how Salesforce used gamification to strengthen a security-first culture and mindset among its employees.