Posted by Josh Bersin on September 16, 2015.
Over the years, we always asked our analysts to focus our research on “actionable information”—models, tools, frameworks, and examples that can help people solve problems. And most of you have told me this is very valuable and very helpful. But it hasn’t been enough.
Despite our best efforts to write as much as we can, people continuously come to us and say things like, “Thank you for explaining that maturity model or that practice, but how precisely can I implement it in my organization?”
After thinking about this issue for many years, we realized that major HR, learning, and talent management solutions tend to revolve around six basic steps, and when we want to build a world-class solution, we always go down a similar path:
These six steps form the basis of a new offering from Bersin by Deloitte called BersinOne. From a technology perspective, BersinOne is a major upgrade and face-lift to the BersinInsights platform we launched back in 2012. The new platform combines all of our research, tools, community, and diagnostics into an integrated experience that will soon include role-based access to help you immediately find exactly what you need. Our goal with BersinOne is to be “the single place you go” to learn, address problems, and meet others in our community.
I’ve detailed the BersinOne approach and offerings in my blog post here.
To learn more about the six basic steps to addressing challenges and BersinOne, please join me, Bersin by Deloitte General Manager Andrew Huddart, and Vice President, Product, Kim Lamoureux, Deloitte Consulting LLP, for our online webinar, “Closing the Gap between Business Needs and Human Resource Capabilities,” September 17, 2015 2 PM EDT/19:00 BST.
I look forward to sharing more with you, and of course welcome your feedback and comments.
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