Jay Jamrog, Senior Vice President of Research for i4cp, is hosting a webinar on Monday, June 9, 2008 titled, Measuring the Value of Integrated Talent Management
. If your company is, as it should be, attempting to identify and develop quality talent management programs, this webinar, based on vendor-free and unbiased research data, is a must.
The details for Measuring the Value of Integrated Talent Management
Are you still getting most of your talent management information from vendors? It's time to develop integrated talent management metrics to determine the true value you are getting from your systems. The results of i4cp's studies indicate HR functions often collect data on their efficiency surrounding talent management. However, they do not collect data on the effectiveness of their programs and practices and almost never think about measuring the impact integrated talent management has on the business. This presentation will discuss the results of i4cp's studies on popular efficiency metrics, how to measure the effectiveness of talent management and the latest thinking on measuring impact.
The webinar is only a couple days away, so sign up now
. Registration is complimentary and all that's required is an hour of your time. And I know you're going to be multitasking while listening anyway, so why not?About Jay Jamrog, Senior Vice President of Research
Jay Jamrog has devoted the past 25 years to identifying and analyzing the major issues and trends affecting people management. He also is the associate articles editor for the "building a strategic HR function" key knowledge area of the Human Resource Planning Society (HRPS) and has had articles published in several major business magazines. Jamrog often collaborates with other organizations on major research topics related to people management. Prior to i4cp, he was executive director of the Human Resource Institute (HRI) for 25 years and a distinguished lecturer at The University of Tampa. Jamrog holds an MBA and taught labor relations in the School of Management at the University of Massachusetts.