To kick off Cornerstone's 14th annual conference, Convergence, our CEO Adam Miller took a cue from Marty McFly and went back in time. After all, before diving in to our favorite topic—the future of talent management—it's important to think about the history of talent management. How far have we come, and where do we go from here?
Our time traveling showed that the traditional approach to human capital management—from learning to recruiting to performance and more—has changed significantly. Social, mobile, and big data technologies have enabled us to reach more people, make smarter decisions and act proactively. Throughout yesterday's sessions, we heard from customers, clients and partners on how they're taking advantage of the latest innovations to not only improve core HR services, but impact their organization's success as a whole.
Predicting the Future with Data
Big data has changed the human capital management game, but as Miller shared in his keynote, the challenge is no longer just to understand the past, but to predict the future. This year, we announced an expanded suite of people analytics products, and throughout the day, analysts, partners and clients commented on the growing importance of data when it comes to strategic human capital management.
Fulfilling Potential with Modern Learning
Cornerstone began with a bold idea to change the world through online learning. Seventeen years later, we've expanded to encompass people development in its entirety, but our core belief remains steadfast: Learning is key to empowering people to reach their potential. Our new project, CyberU, embodies both this foundational belief and our dedication to innovation. As attendees noted during the keynote and throughout the day's sessions, modern learning needs to be mobile, visual and embedded in company culture to get through to the learner and impact your business.
Acknowledging the Innovators
What would a discussion on the future of talent management be without recognizing the companies leading the way? Our annual Client RAVE Awards acknowledged this year's most innovative talent strategies and the teams driving those initiatives—from redesigning learning to improving user adoption to reinventing "work" entirely. Congratulations to our winners!
Turning It Up with Mr. Worldwide
Capping off a great first day at Convergence was none other than Pitbull. The "Mr. Woldwide" rapper and two-time Grammy winner performed at our Client and Partner Appreciation Party to a full dance floor of more than 1800 attendees from nearly 30 countries.
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The Future of Work: An ’Un-Panel’ Discussion at Convergence
What does the future of work look like, exactly, in the view of some leading HR and talent management experts? Instead of tossing such questions to his three panelists Tuesday at Cornerstone Convergence 2013, Cornerstone OnDemand marketing VP Jason Corsello polled Convergence audience members for their thoughts and then had the panel dissect the results.
Top Five Takeaways From Convergence 2020
This year’s Cornerstone Convergence was like no other—but then again, this entire year has been like no other. Though virtual, the conference had no shortage of announcements, energy and predictions for the future as attendees gathered remotely to reflect on the changing world of work. The consensus? Work is undergoing perhaps its biggest transformation yet, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Adam Grant at Convergence: Do You Empower Your Organizational "Givers"?
At our fully virtual Convergence conference, organizational psychologist and host of the WorkLife podcast Adam Grant began his closing keynote session with a statement: Takers are people who ask, "What can you do for me?" while givers are people who ask, "What can I do for you?"