Future of Corporate Learning and Development

Posted by: Lance Haun Date: Jan 29, 2015 7:00:00 AM

In our latest Lightpaper™, The Starr Consiracy Intelligence Unit teams up with research and analyst firm Brandon Hall Group to tackle the shifting state of learning in the human capital management arena. This primary research reveals what is needed to educate, train, and develop the most complicated and demanding group of employees to ever enter the workforce.

We answer five key questions about the learning category:


Five Hot Corporate Learning Trends I Saw at ATD TechKnowledge

Posted by: Steve Smith Date: Jan 16, 2015 12:55:00 PM

Topics: Learning, #HR

When it comes to HR technology, it’s always puzzled me why talent acquisition and corporate learning were always viewed as something apart from “talent management.” That separation has largely fallen away over the past few years — especially as much of the hottest innovation in the industry has emerged from these two categories. However, when it comes to learning technology, the silo mentality is alive and well.

In the research report on learning technology buyers that we did last year in conjunction with Brandon Hall Group and the Human Capital Institute, one of the key insights was corporate learning moving to the center of the talent technology stack. At the enterprise level, learning is moving across and down into the organization. At the midmarket and SMB levels, interest in and adoption of learning technology is exploding.


Hottest HR Technology Solutions in 2015

Posted by: The Starr Conspiracy Date: Jan 15, 2015 10:15:44 AM

Topics: talent management, HCM, #HR

We know what HR technology solutions business leaders need most in the coming year. How do we know? Together with Human Resource Executive®, The Starr Conspiracy Intelligence Unit surveyed 210 business leaders to discover what matters most to them as they consider buying HR technology solutions.

A few of the high-level findings are captured here in our latest infographic, “Hottest HR Technology Solutions in 2015.” We reveal the top five categories that all respondents are considering buying and then break down what matters most to companies of different sizes and by various positions within those companies.