HCM Advisory Group produces relevant, actionable business intelligence for human capital leaders. In addition to ongoing research like Chief Learning Officer magazine’s LearningElite benchmarking program, Chief Learning Officer magazine’s Business Intelligence Board surveys, Talent Management magazine’s Workforce Research Board surveys and Diversity Executive magazine’s Diversity Executive Research Board surveys, the group partners with human capital practitioners and vendors to conduct custom research.
Whether you want to identify the impact of the latest trends, identify strategic opportunities or assess the perspective of human capital leaders, HCM Advisory Group will provide you focused and comprehensive research. Custom research can include solutions such as brand awareness studies, surveys, interviews, focus groups, benchmarking or ROI analyses. This specialized, targeted research gives insight from a trusted advisor and gets you ahead of the curve! It’s a critical tool for strategic decision making and for demonstrating leadership.
Everyone wants to be a thought leader! That’s why in-house survey results, magazine content and aggregated industry research covering human capital topics such as measurement, investment, outlook, technology and outsourcing are offered as HCM Executive Briefs, available on our website. HCM Executive Research Briefs contain current data from your peers along with content that is cut-and-paste ready for social media use. By design, HCM Executive Briefs contain charts and graphs that can be used to build a business case, used in an online slideshow or simply incorporated into a strategic presentation.
HCM Advisory Group is made up of human capital professionals who have deep quantitative and qualitative data analytic capabilities and have consulted with organizations of all sizes in a variety of industries.
Please contact us today to learn more about our custom research and to meet your trusted advisors.
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