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OAKLAND, Calif. – March 6, 2013 – Bersin by Deloitte, a leading provider of research-based membership programs in human resources (HR), talent and learning, today announced the winners of the WhatWorks® Awards, the research-driven awards program that was included in Bersin by Deloitte’s recent acquisition of substantially all of the assets of Bersin & Associates LLC.
Winners were chosen by Bersin & Associates LLC in 2012 from hundreds of applicants and include industry leaders in business processes, consulting, financial services, food products, government, hospitality, information technology, insurance, media and software. Bersin & Associates LLC conducted the awards program in cooperation with Human Resource Executive® magazine.
“Implemented in a climate of ongoing market turbulence, winning programs this year focused heavily on business agility, analytics, continuous development, collaboration and change management,” said David Mallon, vice president of research, Bersin by Deloitte. “Among the other themes that emerged were the need to invest in tomorrow’s leaders from within their ranks to combat a worldwide shortage of leadership talent; having a simple, sustainable framework for matching competencies to roles for better talent management; and a need for organizations to mine current and past employee populations to compete for the best talent.”
“The WhatWorks Awards showcase real solutions that demonstrate measurable real-world success to challenges that inevitably arise in a world where change is the only constant,” said David Shadovitz, editor, Human Resource Executive magazine. “We are honored to present the WhatWorks Awards to the global community in our role as the premier publication focused on strategic issues in HR, talent and learning.”
WhatWorks categories and winners include:
Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders
Enabling High-Impact Learning
Acquiring Top Talent
Optimizing Talent Management
Winners will be recognized at Bersin by Deloitte research conference, IMPACT 2013: The Business of Talent, April 22-25. In addition, HR, learning and talent practitioners from winning organizations – past and present – will participate in panel discussions and present case studies on a wide range of topics. Organizations to be represented include CACI, Mars, Kaiser Permanente, Merck, New York Life Insurance Company, Ryan, and UnitedHealth Group.
For more information on the WhatWorks Program, go to www.bersin.com/wwawards/. Those interested in learning more about Bersin by Deloitte or its WhatWorks membership may email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (510) 251-4400.
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