The global Business Execution software company, SuccessFactors, will be holding a learning and analytics webinar that will explore workforce planning, strategy, and management. The webinar, entitled Five Things You Can Do Now to Prepare Your Workforce for Tomorrow’s Challenge, is taking place on Thursday 24th November 2011 at 12:00 noon (GMT).
The learning and analytics webinar – hosted by Karie Willyerd, VP of Learning and Social Adoption, SuccessFactors, and Ed Cohen, VP of Learning Technologies, SuccessFactors – will discuss the dramatic changes that workforces are currently undergoing, and how these extra influences can be managed as globalisation and social technologies take effect.
The event will also explore the future of learning, and what businesses can do now in order to prepare for tomorrow. The webinar will discuss the following:
- The perils and opportunities of social media
- Why you must have a mobile strategy
- Four types of mentoring proven to work
- Social media Vs. social learning and the transformational impact of technology
The webinar coincides with the release of a new business briefing, entitled Learning and Analytics, which discusses why learning with analytics bridges the gaps in your workforce’s capabilities and improves overall business performance.
According to the SuccessFactors’ business briefing, only with reporting and analytics that include business data and metrics can you begin to bridge these gaps, and consequently be better equipped to execute your strategy more efficiently and profitably.
SuccessFactors is the leading provider of cloud-based Business Execution Software, which delivers business alignment, team execution, people performance, and learning management solutions to organizations of all sizes across more than 60 industries. With approximately 15 million subscription seats globally, the company strives to delight its customers by delivering innovative solutions, content and analytics, process expertise and best practices insights from serving our broad and diverse customer base.