Montreal, Canada – September 3, 2020 – Explorance is a proud platinum sponsor of the 7th annual Center for Talent Reporting (CTR) conference. This year’s virtual conference is free to all who want to learn more about measurement, reporting, and managing the L&D function. The three-day conference runs from October 27-29, 2020, and includes presentations and attendance from the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
As a founding partner of CTR, Explorance is committed to investing in the evolution of Talent measurement, reporting, and management. Just as in previous years, we are excited to share our innovative Employee Journey Analytics framework and solutions like Metrics that Matter alongside other thought leaders and leading-edge practitioners in the field. Our goal is to raise the collective capability of organizations so they can use data to optimize talent programs and improve organizational success by fostering a culture of feedback and continuous improvement.
As an industry, we are at a crossroads moment. This year’s CTR conference focuses on how we, as practitioners and talent analysts, can move away from collecting and monitoring data to leveraging data to drive better business and learning outcomes. The traditional rubric for learning and development assessments – setting goals, creating action plans, and measuring improvement – requires more robust analytics. The context we are living in is only accelerating business transformation. New ways of working and learning are forcing organizations to tie business outcomes to talent analytics in real-time. This is not only to measure but to use the data to adjust course due to the high-velocity change organizations are experiencing.
Several new developments, as well as industry recommendations, will be uncovered and discussed at the CTR conference, including the latest in talent reporting requirements when assessing company health and how to improve measurement reporting. This year CTR will also address the recent revolutionary recommendations for human capital reporting by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This is groundbreaking news as it highlights the value of human capital reporting to the financial assessments of an organization’s health.
CTR Week kicks off Monday, October 26, with a half-day workshop on Predictive Learning Analytics led by Ken Phillips from Phillips Associates. The centerpiece of the event is the Annual Conference, October 27-29, with over a dozen sessions, including keynotes from industry experts and panel discussions.
For more information on the conference, please visit the conference website.
We look forward to virtually connecting with you in October!
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