Research has shown that high market performance is impacted by organizational structure and hierarchy. i4cp is conducting a brief survey on behalf of a member company to determine the ideal spans of controls, recent trends and the attributes that define the structure of a high-performance organization. As thanks for completing the survey,
you'll be given a copy of the results.
Estimated survey length: 10 minutes Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on August 11, 2010 at 11:27am —
i4cp is conducting a study on the policies and budgetary practices of organizations in regards to employee reimbursement for HR associations and certifications. This short survey will help establish benchmarks for how much companies spend on memberships, certifications and other HR professional networks. As thanks for participating in the survey, you'll receive a copy of the results once available.
Estimated survey length: 5 - 10… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on July 27, 2010 at 8:07pm —
A recent i4cp study found that while the majority of companies believe performance management to be one of the most critical issues facing organizations in 2010, few have good processes and programs in place to be effective. In this groundbreaking study conducted on behalf of several member organizations, we are looking to identify best and next practices companies are utilizing to get the most out of their performance management processes.
Your input would be greatly appreciated.… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on June 24, 2010 at 1:41pm —
Outsourcing some or all HR functions is widespread among businesses,
but the reasons for doing so vary widely when comparing the practices
of higher-performance organizations to their less successful
A new study
from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), conducted on
behalf of one of its member organizations, revealed that standardizing
processes and reducing costs are the most common factors considered
when deciding to outsource… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on June 9, 2010 at 11:55am —
Although many organizations combine diversity and inclusion into a single functional area, the two concepts present distinctly different goals. This survey seeks to determine how organizations define inclusion internally, to quantify the relative importance and level of integration that inclusion strategies have within organizations, and to
identify how (and if) companies are measuring the success of inclusion efforts.
Your input would be greatly appreciated. Please… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on May 20, 2010 at 4:48pm —
Is HR outsourcing still growing? If so, how quickly and in what areas? With some experts expressing doubts that HR outsourcing is following the trend lines of past years, i4cp is investigating on the behalf of one its member companies.
Your input would be greatly appreciated. Please take this short survey now!
Estimated survey length: 5 - 10 minutes Continue
You'll receive: Preliminary results report
Added by Erik Samdahl on April 28, 2010 at 6:44pm —
On average, companies spend an estimated 36% of revenues on people-related expenses, and yet many organizations struggle with analyzing their human capital data and using that information to adequately forecast future workforce and management needs. The Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), on behalf of one of its member companies, is seeking to identify the extent to which organizations use predictive human capital analytics and the obstacles that prevent effective… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on April 15, 2010 at 11:52am —
Do most of today's organization's have systematic and effective practices for measuring the success of their talent management strategies? And, what is the return on investment among those that do? i4cp is working with members of its Talent Management Accelerator program to determine the answers to these and other critical questions. We're looking for input on the topic. In return, you'll be among the first to receive the exclusive results.
Added by Erik Samdahl on April 8, 2010 at 5:08pm —
The renowned Center for Effective Organizations, at USC's Marshall School of Business, is partnering with the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) to conduct a critical new study on the evolving state of HR practices and the future of human resources. Prof. Ed Lawler, author of Achieving Excellence in Human Resources Management,
and i4cp's Jay Jamrog, winner of the Walker Prize for "Building a Strategic HR Function," will be conducting an exclusive webinar for those who complete… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on March 17, 2010 at 2:00pm —
The American Management Association (AMA), in conjunction with the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), is conducting a study to examine leadership initiatives that organizations have taken to coordinate actions across global locations. We're looking for your input on the topic. In return, you'll receive the preliminary results report once available. Please take this survey… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on March 4, 2010 at 3:50pm —
i4cp research has not only shown that having a customer-focused workforce is the most important issue facing companies in 2010, but that high-performance organizations are more customer-focused than others. But what practices separate these firms from the rest? What workforce strategies are companies taking to make their employees more customer centric?
To get answers to these and other questions, i4cp is conducting an important new study. The findings will be used by many of the… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on February 3, 2010 at 10:56am —
Do mentoring programs help boost corporate performance? And, should employees be compensated for their participation in such programs? To get answers to these and other questions, i4cp is partnering with one of its member companies in this short survey. As SVP of Research at i4cp, I invite you to participate. In return, we’ll give you a copy of the preliminary results once the benchmarking data has been collected so that you can see how your organization compares.
The survey will… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on January 27, 2010 at 6:30pm —
A recent i4cp study found that one of the most important leadership competencies in this day and age is agility: the ability to anticipate and respond effectively to the conditions of accelerating change and increasing interdependence, so prevalent in today’s marketplace. Agile organizations enjoy more sustained success in this environment, and, not surprisingly, leadership agility is key to organizational agility.
We invite you to participate in this groundbreaking survey, which… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on January 21, 2010 at 3:48pm —
Innovative products and a compelling business strategy are essential, but both fall flat without the human capital that drives the organization. At the same time, many companies don't place the same value on the workforce or have the means to measure its success.
Over the past 40 years, i4cp has conducted hundreds of studies detailing the many elements that combine to form the foundations of top organizations. In doing so, i4cp has identified five core human capital areas - what we… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on January 13, 2010 at 8:09pm —
Does it make any difference to you if your company is based in the United States or not? The Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) invites you to take part in a short study about the differences and similarities between working for companies headquartered in the U.S. compared to companies based outside of the U.S. but having locations within U.S. borders.
This “Taking the Pulse” survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete, so please participate now. Upon completion,… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on January 6, 2010 at 8:49pm —
What is your organization’s approach in dealing with employee discipline issues? i4cp invites you to take part in a short study about performance/behavior-based discipline considerations with regard to promotions, lateral moves and demotions.
This Taking the Pulse survey should take fewer than 5 minutes to complete, so please participate now. The survey will remain open until end of day Wednesday, December 23, 2009. In exchange for completing the survey, you'll receive a preliminary… Continue
Added by Erik Samdahl on December 21, 2009 at 2:18pm —
Win an iPod Touch For Your Hiring Horror Stories
Sponsored by Crimcheck.com and HRMToday.com.
For the next two weeks, we are taking your entries for a drawing for a 16gb iPod touch. If… Continue
Added by Lance Haun on March 5, 2009 at 12:30am —