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Industrieberichte für Führungskräfte

July 2021

The “Skills, Culture, Vocation: Finding the Right Recruits” Report

Recruitment is ramping up. Now more than ever, employers need to get recruitment right. Bad hiring decisions come at a cost.

Choosing the right hire is about much more than casting the net around for the most qualified candidate.

Having real information on a candidate’s skills, values and goals means employers can recruit staff who will boost productivity and contribute to culture. This report explores how staff assessments can help employers make the best possible hiring decisions.

May 2021

The “Overcoming Bias and Building Diverse Business Success” Report

Nurturing a diverse workforce is essential to success. But employers often struggle to build teams that reflect the whole population.

Measuring the skills and attitudes of the workforce with online assessments can give employers the information they need to make better, objective people decisions.

This report shows how employers can nurture diversity and create a more inclusive culture.

April 2021

The “How to Build a Tech-Enabled Workforce” Report

Technology is revolutionizing every aspect of how we do business.

As new systems and applications permeate into every aspect of business life, so must the skills to manage them. Many workers recognize that they don’t have the requisite skills. And they know that their future career prospects depend on their ability to adapt.

This report identifies the most important skills that workers must develop to make the most of technology and explains the cultural shift that organizations must prioritize to build an adaptable workforce that can respond to the new opportunities technology brings.

March 2021

The “Managing a Post-Pandemic Workforce” report

The time has come for employers to focus on the future. New opportunities await as the global economy begins to resurge. How can employers ensure that their workforce is set up to take advantage of the opportunities that come with economic recovery?

Each employer must ensure they create the right working environment that boosts productivity, drives engagement and retains the best staff.

This report shows how measuring workforce skills through tests and assessments can give employers the information they need to make the best decisions and ensure the workforce has the up-to-date skills to be productive.

February 2021

“The Myth of Certainty” report

Every business and organization shares two recent experiences. Their 2020 business plan became redundant quickly and writing a meaningful strategy for 2021 was almost impossible.

Even the medium-term future is unknowable. How long social distancing measures will last is a mystery. No one can be sure whether new strains of Covid-19 will further disrupt daily life. How consumer habits will adjust and settle for the long-term remains impossible to predict.

This report sets out how employers must develop business plans that anticipate the need to constantly rotate between surviving, adapting and thriving.

January 2021

The “Continuous Skills Improvement” report

The challenges of Covid-19 and the resulting remote working initially made training harder to deliver. But the employers that invested in their people’s skills are also those that have shown the greatest resilience to economic uncertainty.

This report sets out a different approach: continuous improvement. This recognizes that perfection does not exist. Instead, it puts the focus on developing a cycle of ongoing improvement. This means employers can respond to changing needs and new requirements far more quickly than if they rely on static programs.

Learn about developing relevant skills in a changing business environment in this report.

December 2020

The “Remote Working: from Surviving to Thriving” report

A year ago, working from home was often a perk of the job. Last spring it became a tool of survival. Now, remote working must become a springboard for future success.

With full-time remote working now more than a temporary fix, employers are having to deal with greater expectations. The decisions that employers make about managing their people can unlock the potential that ensures businesses and organizations rise to these challenges and thrive.

This report shows that the information from online staff assessments can give employers the reliable information they need to make good people decisions.

October 2020

The “Making Better Decisions and Engaging a Remote Workforce” report

Engaging and motivating the workforce has never been more challenging. The factors that prevent employers from performing at their best are exaggerated by Covid-19 and the widespread remote working which has been made necessary by social distancing measures.

This report explores how the information from online staff assessments can help give employers a true picture of what’s happening with their workforce so they can make good decisions around staff engagement. Assessments help employers ensure they get the most out of remote workers and give their teams the support they need.

Beyond Decision Bias: Making Objective People Decisions

September 2020

The “Beyond Decision Bias: Making Objective People Decisions” report

In the past three decades, a growing body of research has highlighted the dangers of ‘cognitive bias’ in decision making. 

Research on cognitive bias has long been discussed by leaders and decision-makers.  At times, training has been introduced to combat it.  Now more than ever, leaders can rely on a wealth of data sources to challenge assumptions.  But inconsistent or unreliable data can lead to the wrong decision, costing time and money.  The problem is far from solved.

This report demonstrates that cognitive bias remains a problem, even in a business environment that celebrates making data-driven decisions. 

Workplace Training Without the Water Cooler

August 2020

The “Workplace Training Without the Water Cooler” report

While many are eager to analyze which industries will survive the Covid-19 crisis, it’s clearly too early to tell. The situation is ongoing and social distancing measures linger.

But it is possible to make one bold prediction: organizations that are investing in their people will be the ones that continue to thrive.

This report will demonstrate how assessments can identify problems, point the way to solutions and help employers make the right people-decisions, rethink training and preserve productivity.

Recruitment

July 2020

The “Reimagining Recruitment Decisions” report

Hiring decisions matter. How can employers make better decisions and navigate a constantly shifting business environment?

Testing and assessing staff pre-hire can give employers the fair, valid and reliable information they need to make better recruitment decisions. After implementing assessment technology, 76% of corporations have seen an increase in the quality of hire.

This report will explore the challenges with recruitment, examine the ‘recruitment revolution’ and explain how assessing staff pre-hire can improve the quality of recruitment.

June 2020

The “A Matter of Trust” report

Times are changing rapidly. The decisions that employers make relating to their people matter now more than ever.

Concerns around personal privacy could prevent employers from getting the vital information they need to make good people decisions.  

This report will help assessment, human resources and learning and development professionals be sure that they are getting the right information about their people to make fair and informed decisions while addressing privacy concerns and build trust.

April 2020

Erfolgreich virtuell arbeiten – der „Remote Success“ Report

Bereits lange bevor die Welt von COVID-19 gehört hatte, wurde 2020 als „Jahr des virtuellen Arbeitens“ prognostiziert.

Niemand hätte jedoch vorhersagen können, wie rasch und wie sehr die neue Arbeitsweisen auf dem Prüfstand gestellt würden. In den meisten Ländern wurden Kontaktsperren und räumliche Distanzierung eingeführt, und das Arbeiten im Homeoffice wurde unerlässlich für die Geschäftskontinuität zahlloser Unternehmen.

Dieser Bericht befasst sich mit den Herausforderungen einer Verlagerung zum Remote-Arbeiten für Organisationen und Mitarbeiter, und zeigt auf, wie Führungskräfte durch die verstärkte Nutzung von Online-Assessments die wertvolle Einblicke gewinnen können, um den fortgesetzten Erfolg ihrer Unternehmen zu sichern.

MÄRZ 2020

Wissen ist Macht – der „Need to know“ Report

Entscheidungen gehören zum Geschäftsalltag. Allzu häufig mangelt es jedoch an ausreichenden und korrekten Informationen, was wiederum zu fatalen Fehlern führen kann.

Dieser Bericht untersucht die geschäftlichen Notwendigkeiten für Assessments und die Herausforderungen bei deren adäquater Bereitstellung.

FEBRUAR 2020

Aus Fehlern lernen – der „World’s worst business decisions“ Report

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