Outcome Based HR Performance Driven, Talent Driven, and Data Driven: Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey Quarterly Insights
A special IHRIM Members Only Webinar
No two organizations are exactly alike, and yet traditional Technology Best Practices often assume organizations share factors in culture, size, or makeup. We’ve chosen to look deeper into our annual Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey findings and identified three types of organizations based on specific practices and approaches to business:
Top Performing Organizations
Each organization type creates their own level of innovation, from process to people, as well as their technology adoption strategies. With multiple ways to reach your business outcomes while staying true to your organizations own culture and capabilities. What type of organization are you? Priorities mean everything when trying to achieve your business or mission outcomes - What type of organization do you want to become?
Join Stacey Harris, VP of Research & Analytics, and Erin Spencer, Research Consultant as they share lessons learned from this year’s Top Performers, Data-Driven, and Talent-Driven organizations. This is a great playbook for any HR function strategists who wish to increase their value as a strategic partner.
In this third installment of our Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey Quarterly Insights, we will address questions such as:
What are the average Business, HR, and Talent outcomes for organizations with these practices?
How do these organizations address HR strategy, culture, service delivery?
What is the approach these organizations take to building out their HR Technology environments?
What role does innovative HR Technology play in helping these organizations achieve their outcomes?
The Sierra-Cedar 2015–2016 HR System Survey, 19th Annual Edition is the industry’s longest-running research effort tracking the adoption, deployment approaches, and value achieved from enterprise HR technologies.
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