Business report discusses impact of learning technologies on talent management

SuccessFactors, an SAP company and Business Execution specialist, released a report that focuses on the impact of learning technologies on business agility, efficiency and talent management. The report, titled ‘Boosting Business Agility’, is the annual benchmark report of the ‘Towards Maturity Ambassador Programme’ of which SuccessFactors is a founding member.

With over 600 organisations participating in the report, the results reveal that 77 percent of organisations believe learning technologies will help them respond faster to changing business conditions and that 69 percent are looking to improve their talent management strategies.

The current economic climate has forced organisations to revisit learning strategies; poor skills are shackling the economy. According to the report, 47 percent of employers recognise that their staff lacks the skills to do their job. There are clearly some large gaps that need to be filled. As a result, growth is being affected.

Learning is not just about pushing formal generic programmes into the business. Learning is about discovering new methods and technologies that can improve productivity and performance in the workplace.

To read how others are approaching these workforce challenges using learning technologies, download your free copy of the full report here.

In addition, SuccessFactors is holding a free webinar to explore the benefits of Social Learning in the workplace. The webinar, titled Social Learning in the Workplace, will take place on Thursday 31st May 2012.

To register for the free Social Learning in the Workplace webinar event, visit www.successfactors-mindthegap.com/webinars.php.

To learn more about the company’s extensive range of business execution software solutions, visit www.successfactors.com.

About SuccessFactors, an SAP company

SuccessFactors, an SAP company, is the leading provider of cloud-based Business Execution Software, and delivers business alignment, team execution, people performance, and learning management solutions to organisations 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. Today, SuccessFactors has more than 3,500 customers in more than 168 countries using our application suite in 35 languages.

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