New York — Dec. 14
The Conference Board, a global business research and membership organization, in partnership with MediaTec Publishing Inc. and other organizations, has launched the Conference Board Human Capital Exchange, a Web portal designed to be the “first stop” resource for all human capital professionals around the world seeking information in the field.
The portal will offer a single repository for research, data and analysis, thought leadership and insights across the spectrum of human capital topics.
The Conference Board Human Capital Exchange is but one element of the Conference Board’s Human Capital Practice. Led by Rebecca Ray, the practice supports the human capital practitioners of its member companies through research, research working group participation, conferences, council programs, webcasts, workshops, experiential leadership development programs, employee engagement survey services and the Conference Board’s Human Capital Watch, a member-only monthly broadcast focused on a challenge facing the profession.
MediaTec Publishing Inc. joins other “knowledge partners” — organizations, associations, publications and academic institutions — that will contribute research and insights, as well as joint webcasts and events to the Conference Board Human Capital Exchange.
Knowledge partners at the time of the launch include McKinsey & Co., Harvard Business Review, CTPartners, the Institute for Compensation Studies at Cornell University, Diversity Executive magazine, Cornerstone OnDemand, the ROI Institute, Big Speak, Root Learning, the American Society for Training & Development, WorldatWork, The University of Southern Mississippi’s Workplace Learning & Performance Institute, Career Systems International, Talent Management magazine, Employment Learning Innovations and The CEO Show.
The Conference Board Human Capital Exchange will be updated frequently with articles, reports, white papers, briefings, survey questions and blog posts.
At launch, the Conference Board Human Capital Exchange includes these areas: strategic human resources, compensation and benefits, talent management, leadership development, learning and development, employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, labor markets, strategic workforce planning, workforce readiness and human capital analytics.
Additional topic areas (including workplace of the future, organizational change, performance management, succession management, mission and purpose at work, talent acquisition, career development, coaching and mentoring, rewards and recognition) and knowledge partners will be introduced in the coming weeks and months.
Source: The Conference Board
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