Talent Management

Educe Top 10 Blogs of 2023

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What strategies and technologies are future-focused HR, learning, and talent management professionals considering as 2024 approaches?

Organizations have made great progress toward HR digital transformation this year, but one thing is clear: there is still more work to be done. From optimizing learning management platforms, to finding software solutions that address ecosystem gaps, to better managing ongoing and inevitable technology change, the list of possibilities and opportunities is endless.

As you plan for your organization’s HR and talent technology priorities for the New Year, delve into these Educe blogs for inspiration, guidance, and best practice ideas.

Tackling Technology Change Fatigue in Organizations

HR and talent management departments have seen a lot of technology change over the last several years. Much of this transformation has been necessary for enabling organizations (and their employees) to be more effective in an ever-evolving digitized workplace. However, for many businesses, change fatigue has started to set in, and the reality is that HR technology projects are not going away. In fact, the pace of change is accelerating. In this blog, Mahi Chopra tackles the topic of change fatigue and provides guidance on ways to address the people impact of digital transformation. Read the full post.

Business Process Alignment: Driving Impact From Your HR Technology Investment

Planning to implement a new HR or talent management system in the new year? In this blog, Esha Satam shares why aligning your business processes around the features and functionality of the platform will be critical to achieving your desired outcomes.  Read the full post.

Offboarding Software: A Growing Trend

HR technology has expanded rapidly over the last several years in many talent management areas, including Core HR, Learning, Performance, Recruiting and more. However, one area that has not seen as much digital transformation is employee separation management. In this blog, Pat Horan discuss what offboarding software is, how it works, and why we’re seeing an increasing number of HR leaders prioritizing investment in this type of software. Read the full post.

Planning Your HR Technology Infrastructure to Support an M&A Growth Strategy

Mergers and acquisitions are a common path to growth and competitive advantage. But as the owner of your organization’s HR technology infrastructure, how do you navigate the change inherent in integrating talent management systems of two newly combined companies? In this blog, Paul Kim discusses the four questions to consider when it comes to planning for HR technology infrastructure to support an M&A growth strategy. Read the full post.

Is Your Learning Management System (LMS) All That It Can Be?

A well-functioning Learning Management System (LMS) is a key component in any strategic learning and development plan, and finding ways to drive employees to better utilize the LMS as an ongoing hub for development is always a top priority within that plan. In this blog, Julie Ann Walker shares five ideas to enhance your organization’s LMS to get the greatest return on your investment. Read the full post.

Addressing the Challenge of Managing and Tracking CPE Compliance

Tracking CPE compliance can be challenging within existing learning management systems (LMS) as most are not designed to handle complicated calculations or to store all the necessary data points in a way that is easily reportable to the accountancy organizations. In her most recent blog, Victoria Zoccali discusses this challenge and how Calculo reduces the time and organizational risk of managing CPE compliance. Read the full post.

Outsourcing Administration of Your Talent Management System

Outsourcing administration can be a catalyst for rethinking the way a business operates and improves the talent management systems that support their workforce. In this post, Charles Kelly explains how it can best serve your organization beyond simply filling the gap while you rehire. Read the full post.

Succession Planning Best Practices for Forward-Thinking Organizations

Has your organization ever found itself in a bind when an employee in a critical role decided to leave unexpectedly and there was no plan in place for replacement? These situations can create financial and operational risk to your business, not to mention the negative impact it can have on employee engagement and culture. In this blog, Christina DeLeonibus shares eight best practices organizations should consider for implementing succession planning tools and processes. Read the full post.

3 Important Learning Tactics to Integrate Into Your Talent Development Program

The priority for any talent development program should be to individualize development while still meeting the strategic objectives and goals of the overall organization. There are many factors to consider, but with the right tactics, companies can empower their employees to be self-directed in their growth, provide unique opportunities based on different learning styles, and align their development opportunities to both personal and company-wide goals. In her blog, Jenna Bowman shares three important learning tactics your organization should consider incorporating into your talent development program. Read the full post.

How to Choose the Right Cornerstone Partner for Your Business

Choosing the right services partner to guide you through the configuration and setup of your Cornerstone system is critical to the success of your implementation project. It is important to approach the selection process with a clear understanding of your needs and expectations. In his recent blog, Jonathan Heath shares three best practices utilized by successful companies to evaluate and select the right Cornerstone services partner for their organization. Read the full post.

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