IMPACT 2012 Quick Wrapup

Josh Bersin

IMPACT 2012 was amazing this week. Enterprise Learning Human Resources Talent Management Uncategorized bersininsights impact 2012 nbc research exchangeFor those of you who couldn’t make it, let me give you a few highlights: The conference theme was “Building Business Agility” – and. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

2012 HR predictions

Achievers

Want to know what venture capitalists think is looming large in 2012? Or how about 5 big tech predictions for 2012? In the human capital management world, Josh Bersin has given us the best list of predictions for 2012, found here. I especially appreciate Josh’s take on 2012. My concern is that they won’t see this coming – in 2012 or ever. The post 2012 HR predictions appeared first on [engage]- The Employee Success and Engagement Blog by Achievers.

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ACE 2012 attendees: You’ve been recognized!

Achievers

The A chievers Customer Experience event ( A CE 2012) is now behind us, and we couldn’t have made it happen without our guests. We’d like to recognize our customers, prospects, industry thought leaders and business community for connecting with us at A CE 2012. We hope A CE 2012 helped our attendees to build the framework to further connect employees with their workforce, and connect their workforce to the business. Thank you to everyone that attended A CE 2012.

Recognition CONNECTS: ACE 2012 week kick-off

Achievers

The A chievers Customer Experience event ( A CE 2012) is only three days away, and we can’t wait to educate, engage and entertain our guests on all the ways recognition connects your workplace. You can look forward to a full week of A CE 2012 posts; that way you are up-to-date on the keynotes, breakout sessions, HR best practices, and most importantly, our social media buzz. Check out our #AACE12 hashcaster site to get social with the A CE 2012 conversation and @ A chievers.

Continuous Improvement - Flipping the Script on Your Coaching Culture

Speaker: Jordan George, Director, Leadership & Talent Development

In 2012 – 15 years later – another SHRM survey found 45% of HR leaders thought reviews were a poor gauge of a worker’s performance. Folding a fitted sheet. A slow internet connection. Tangled earphones. Stepping in chewing gum…while wearing a brand new pair of shoes. Each of these scenarios is but a minor annoyance in contrast to the most dreaded terror of all: the annual performance review.

IMPACT 2012 Quick Wrapup

Bersin with Deloitte

IMPACT 2012 was amazing this week. The post IMPACT 2012 Quick Wrapup appeared first on Bersin by Deloitte. For those of you who couldn't make it, let me give you a few highlights: The conference theme was "Building Business Agility" – and throughout the conference more than 450 HR and L&D executives attended sessions on how to build global programs, drive employee engagement, create continuous learning programs, […].

ACE 2012 week: Spotlight on valuable best practices

Achievers

Welcome to day two of A CE 2012 Week! A chievers is buzzing with anticipation as we prepare to execute our annual A chievers Customer Experience ( A CE 2012) event this Thursday and Friday at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto, Ontario. What makes A CE 2012 so A mazing? Showcasing proven best practices is just one of many reasons why people love A CE 2012; every attendee is given the opportunity to learn something valuable.

Video of Speakers at IMPACT 2012: Only Ten Days Away

Josh Bersin

IMPACT 2012 is only ten days away. Enterprise Learning Talent Management impact 2012If you want to get excited, take a look at these five videos of some of our upcoming presenters. Only a few seats left, sign up now! David Kuhl Senior Vice. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

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Is 2012 the Year of the Woman?

Achievers

Maybe in 2012? The post Is 2012 the Year of the Woman? Guest post written by: Laurie Ruettimann. Twenty years ago, I graduated from high school. This makes me old enough to remember when 1992 was labeled “the year of the woman” in America. In what seemed like an amazing push for equal rights, there were five female senators in our upper house of Congress. Unfortunately, there are 100 seats in the Senate.

ACE 2012: Thursday keynote sessions and evening entertainment

Achievers

It’s time for the A chievers Customer Experience ( A CE 2012) to begin; registration is already underway and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome our guests. It’s hard to pinpoint our favorite things about Thursday’s A CE 2012 agenda, but we wanted to showcase two aspects that highlight the ways we educate, engage, and entertain at our biggest event of the year: Keynote Speakers: We look forward to two Thursday keynotes from industry experts and thought leaders.

2012 real time: 2 tips for successful offline recognition

Achievers

The post 2012 real time: 2 tips for successful offline recognition appeared first on [engage]- The Employee Success and Engagement Blog by Achievers. Dear A Advisor, I’m a Human Resources manager for a large-scale manufacturing company that employs both online, computer-based office staff, and offline factory and shipping staff (including some off-site).

Mobile Workforce Survey 2012

Future of Work

We are pleased to announce that the Executive Summary of our 2012 Mobile Workforce Survey is now available for free at this link: [link]. The survey was conducted over the last several months; it reflects the work patterns and preferences of over 200 mobile professionals and managers. Here are the basic headlines: Mobile work is the new normal. Work is collaborative. Email is the most commonly used communication method, followed by smart phone.

Number 1 – 12 Daily Employee Engagement Prescriptions for 2012 (Five Zingers From 2012)

David Zinger

The top blog post for 2012 from David Zinger – Happy New Year and all the Best in 2013. Here are 12 prescriptions for Employee Engagement in 2012. Prescription : Repeat daily for the remainder of 2012. David Zinger practiced most of these in 2012 and he will develop new prescriptions for early in 2013. Strive for everyday simple, small, and significant actions. Lighten up your perspective, workload, and intensity.

12 Daily Employee Engagement Prescriptions for 2012

David Zinger

Here are 12 prescriptions for Employee Engagement in 2012. Prescription : Repeat daily for the remainder of 2012. David Zinger looks forward to an engaging and productive 2012 as he follows his own prescription and also focuses on his 2012 three-word work theme: Stop – Focus – Finish. Extra Strength Prescription to help you lighten up: Achieve Results Build Relationships Employee Engagement 2012 management significant simple small

June 2012 Newsletter

Future of Work

June 2012. And I urge you to take a few minutes (less than ten) to complete our revised and updated 2012 Workplace Mobility Survey ( read about it here ). Announcing the 2012 Workforce Mobility Survey. I recently came across this insightful comment from a newly emboldened organizational activist: “I was sitting around complaining about our lousy manager, and I said ‘Why doesn’t Someone do something about it.’ And then I realized that I am Someone.”. Meaning?

What the class of 2012 can teach us about employee engagement

Achievers

What’s the best way to attract top talent from the Class of 2012? recently polled over 8,000 students across the country to uncover the Class of 2012’s expectations about entering the workforce. Data collected from this Class of 2012 study provides an in-depth understanding about Millennials that can help employers gain a more accurate perspective of what motivates and drives their future employees.

Flashy HR Tech is in store for 2012 but will it be useful tech?

Achievers

For folks who harken to the day when you had to go to a dedicated computer terminal to get HR information (or, dig through stacks of files and archive boxes), 2012 looks to be another brutal year of technological advancement in the HR software space. And 2012 will see more hit the market in the HR software space. There will be some useful apps coming out in 2012 but not every one of them is going to blow your socks off. Guest post written by: Lance Haun.

July/August 2012 Newsletter

Future of Work

July/August 2012. I’m using this space to do some serious reflecting about the nature of work in 2012, and to look ahead at the same time. We highlight two important current events: the upcoming IFMA Workplace Research Summit (which you don’t want to miss), and the 2012 Workforce Mobility Survey, which is still available online. Several years ago Newsweek ran a story about how overworked everyone had become (that is clearly the recurring topic of our time).

HR TechnologyConference 2012: Mobile, LMS, and Cloud Update

Bersin with Deloitte

The post HR TechnologyConference 2012: Mobile, LMS, and Cloud Update appeared first on Bersin by Deloitte. We just completed another HR TechnologyConference and the attendance set records. While I didn't have a chance to see everything, I had a chance to meet with quite a few vendors and see many products and tools in the market. Let me share just a few findings and some hot topics of interest. Mobile Technology […].

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HR Tech 2012: With a Peek at Payroll

Bersin with Deloitte

The post HR Tech 2012: With a Peek at Payroll appeared first on Bersin by Deloitte. The trade show floor here in Chicago at HR Tech is flooded with innovation: applications on tablets with mouse-free navigation, video in recruiting and learning, engagement tools for career “pathing,” analytic applications underlying all talent activities and “social” everywhere. But let’s not forget Core HR. While glitz sells (and yes, there is some here!), there is […].

2012 Newsletters

Future of Work

Click on any month to download a pdf version of the full newsletter, or click on a feature article to access that individual article online: February (Feature: " How Can I Manage Them if I Can't See Them? "). January (Feature: " You've Got to Know the Territory "). If you have any questions or comments, please leave them here. Or contact us directly. Share It! News from the World of Work Newsletter Archive Future of Work Agenda newsleter

CornerstoneOnDemand Continues Growth: Update from 2012 User Conference

Bersin with Deloitte

The post CornerstoneOnDemand Continues Growth: Update from 2012 User Conference appeared first on Bersin by Deloitte. This week CornerstoneOnDemand held its annual user conference in sunny southern California.

Video Preview of IMPACT 2012 Speakers – Two Weeks Away!

Bersin with Deloitte

The post Video Preview of IMPACT 2012 Speakers – Two Weeks Away! [vimeo 38994666 w=500 h=281]> [vimeo 38933867 w=500 h=281]> [vimeo 38687882 w=500 h=281]> [vimeo 38687822 w=500 h=281]> [vimeo 38688474 w=500 h=281]. appeared first on Bersin by Deloitte. Continuous Learning HR Service Delivery Providers Leadership Strategy Learning Evaluation Learning Operating Model Succession Management

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May 2012 Newsletter

Future of Work

May 2012. Do you think your work is strategic, or could be? Our feature article this month, “ Is Operational Strategy an Oxymoron (Part Two)? continues to explore what it means to have a strategic impact. More importantly, we begin to address what happens to a functional group (like IT, HR, or CRE/FM) once it is recognized as being strategic. This second article in the current series isn’t the end of the story, by any means.

2012 Turnover and Engagement

Affinity HR Group

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March 2012 Newsletter

Future of Work

March 2012. It’s been a busy month. There’s a lot going on right now, so let me get right to it. First, I’m pleased to announce that our joint venture with Occupiers Journal Limited (OJL) is off and running. We have a new website ( [link] ) and our first real clients. Most importantly, we have just launched a new global research study on the strategic role of facilities management (“Raising the Bar”). Read the details at this link —and please join the program!

Lessons from the Best: 2012 Bersin & Associates Learning Leaders

Josh Bersin

Back in 2006 we had a dream of building a new type of industry recognition program that would use the rigor of our research to recognize leading L&D, HR, and talent management programs around the. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management. Learning Programs accenture at&t ca HP jiffy lube learning leaders

February 2012 Newsletter

Future of Work

February 2012. What you doing on February 10th? Would you like to spend an hour with me and 14 other smart people thinking out loud about the future of work? I will be hosting "Talking About Tomorrow," an “open mike” conference call at 11 AM Pacific Standard Time on Friday, February 10. There’s no charge to participate, but you do have to sign up in advance. We’ll be exploring what it takes to drive future-oriented change into organizations—to turn ideas into action.

The 2012 Workforce Mobility Survey

Future of Work

We delighted to announce that we are launching a new Mobile Workforce Survey to explore in depth how and where people are getting their work done in 2012. How often do you work outside of your office (e.g., in a café, at home, or at other off-site locations)? Chances are you are not tied to your desk 100% of the time even if you go to a corporate office every day. We all know that the nature of work, including where and when it gets done, is changing dramatically.

The Future of. (June 2012)

Future of Work

The April 26-28 issue contains a fascinating story of the workforce demographics of the 1950’s, with some important comparisons to the 2012 workforce. Here is a small sample of the stories and developments we are paying attention to these days. It’s our way of helping you stay on top of developments in the worlds of technology, workplace and facilities design, the workforce, and work design—any and all of which are going to affect the future of work, often in ways we can’t even imagine.

October 2012 Newsletter: Reflections.

Future of Work

Our July/August feature article, “ All Work and No Play ” generated strong reactions from several readers. We’re pleased to know we hit a bulls-eye. Here are excerpts from what several of you had to say (with some slight editing for readability): From Bruce Rogow: An Old Perspective on An Ever-Increasing and Ongoing Challenge – or, What Did You Expect When You Cheap It Out? Jim, I'm tired of hearing about this issue and encountering it in the firms I work with.

The Future of. (May 2012)

Future of Work

by running a series of articles comparing workforce issues in 2012 with those of past generations. As we all know, Kodak declared bankruptcy in January 2012, in spite of being 132 years old and a recognized leader in the photography industry. Here is a small sample of the stories and developments we are paying attention to these days.

HR Most Influentials 2012

Strategic HCM

stretch – well, I’m still slowly waking up after another great evening at Claridges organised by HR Magazine for the unveiling of this year’s list of Most Influentials. And it was a really great night. In some ways, I had even more fun than at last year’s event as I didn’t have the worry about whether I’d be included in the listings or not - HR Magazine have changed the criteria they’re using to choose their Most Influentials to limit this to university based academics.

April 2012 Newsletter

Future of Work

April 2012. What is strategy? What does it mean for a business function to be “strategic”? Those questions have been nagging at me for the past several months, and this month’s Feature Article is a reflection of my recent focus.

January 2012 Newsletter

Future of Work

January 2012. As we look ahead to 2012 every middle manager is faced with enormous pressure to perform day-in-and-day-out (on multiple dimensions) while simultaneously designing and driving numerous change initiatives. Welcome to the future of The Future of Work.unlimited ! I am very pleased to announce that we have a whole new look, not only to this newsletter, but to our entire website.

HR Performance 2012

Strategic HCM

Technorati Tags: HR Performance , summit , conference , London , 2012 Consulting - Research - Speaking - Training - Writing Strategy - Talent - Engagement - Change and OD Contact me to create more value for your business jon [dot] ingham [at] strategic [dash] hcm [dot] com. Straight after that I’m following Dave Ulrich back to London for another session on HR supporting social media in the business at HR Performance in London.

Special Announcements: July/August 2012

Future of Work

Mobile Workforce Survey 2012. We delighted to announce that we have launched a new Mobile Workforce Survey to explore in depth how and where people are getting their work done in 2012. If you go to one more conference in 2012, make it this one. The IFMA Foundation is sponsoring a two-day “Workplace Strategy Summit 2012: Research in Action” conference at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, on September 7 and 8.

The Future of. (February 2012)

Future of Work

Pushing the Limits on Workplace Design. Jay Momet of Leapfrog recently sent me a couple of links to some very “far out” workplaces. The first, Davison International in Pittsburgh, is a series of “fantasy” environments that seem perfect workplaces for product designers (and that's the company's business). One area, called “Inventalot” is a medieval castle. Another is a pirate ship; yet another is a treehouse, and a fourth is a racetrack.

The Future of. (April 2012)

Future of Work

This article, by Ashley Milne-Tyte, appears in the April 2012 issue of Phoenix Focus , the alumni magazine of Phoenix University.

Credibility and the 2012 Election

True Faith HR

With that in mind, its been interesting to see the fallout from the 2012 election of a similar group of claim makers - the political pundit. Imagine, if you will, your sales and marketing team making broad claims of success for your organization - gaining significant market share, increasing sales volume, what have you. However, at the end of the year, not only were they wrong, the were widely off the mark. What do you do? Fire them? Pat them on the back and say better luck next time?