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Announcing the 2020 Cornerstone RAVE Award Winners

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Announcing the 2020 Cornerstone RAVE Award Winners

On behalf of the Cornerstone team, I’m excited to share details about this year’s Cornerstone RAVE Award winners. RAVE stands for Remarkable Achievements and Visionary Elites, a designation to recognise and honour organisations that have developed and implemented innovative approaches to using our solutions. Since our first-ever virtual, global conference, Cornerstone Convergence, brought together our expanded community of both Cornerstone and Saba customers, our awards programme too honours the achievements of our global combined customer base of more than 6,300 organisations. We were humbled by the number of customers that submitted their organisation’s stories for recognition. Selecting the winners across so many nominations was no small task. Please join us in congratulating these organisations across North America and EMEA, whose recruiting, learning, performance and career programmes stood out – and embodied our shared mission of engaging and developing extraordinary people to deliver extraordinary results. Learning Strategy Innovation Winners: BNP Paribas; Sunbelt Rentals; Teleperformance; VMWare About the award: This category recognises organisations that have implemented new learning strategies, techniques and methods to drive tangible talent and business outcomes. BNP Paribas BNP Paribas used Cornerstone Learning to support a knowledge-sharing culture that empowers employees to drive their own development. As a result, employees are more aware of the diverse development opportunities available to them and can obtain the right learning intervention when and where they need it. Sunbelt Rentals Sunbelt used Cornerstone Learning to develop an innovative approach to track and report on a multi-month, adaptive learning programme during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new process and approach provides managers with real-time data when and where they need it, to drive organisational performance. Teleperformance Teleperformance deployed a broad set of learning to engage their global workforce and create a change-ready culture. They used Saba Cloud to enhance executive communication during remote work, implement online mentoring, personalise learning to support upskilling, and shift the mix of learning content delivery and adoption from compliance to locally developed regional content. VMWare Using Saba Cloud, VMWare created a new skills and competency framework allowing them to deliver more personalised and targeting training experiences for their people faster. The new skills framework also ensured even closer alignment to the strategic needs of the business. “We are pleased to be recognised for our learning strategy innovation at this year’s RAVE Awards,” said Sanjeev Kumar, Senior Business Process Architect, VMWare. “Through this partnership, we have been able to develop a skills competency framework used to influence learning paths and simplify course selection and offerings with an 80% reduction in time.” Transformational HR & Talent Strategy Winners: Broadway Bank; Sobi About the award: This category recognises organisations that have applied new technology and approaches spanning multiple HR processes to drive tangible talent impact and business outcomes. Broadway Bank With Cornerstone Learning, Performance & Recruiting suites, Broadway Bank created a continuous performance and development culture to engage employees with coaching, feedback, development and recognition, in support of employee career growth and, ultimately, client satisfaction. Broadway Bank’s retention initiatives also use Cornerstone to support its progressive internal mobility and leadership development programmes. Sobi Sobi has undergone a significant undertaking in migrating from multiple local HR systems and decentralised processes to one global HCM solution using Cornerstone HR. With Cornerstone its new process empowers employees, managers and local HR to own their data and create a “digital employment life cycle.” This change has allowed Sobi to utilise its data to add value, not only to the HR processes, but also to contribute with clarity, agility and efficiency to other important business functions and processes. Cornerstone has enabled Sobi to take a big step forward in its digital transformation journey. Impact on User Adoption Winners: Nestlé; TravelCenters of America; Veritas Technologies; About the award: This award recognises organisations who have successfully driven adoption of new product capabilities, expanded usage of solutions across departments, geographies or business units, and expanded employee utilisation through innovative programmes. Nestlé Having deployed Cornerstone eight years ago, Nestlé faced the challenge of continuously increasing user adoption in such a mature product. By focusing on improving access to the right learning content and enabling learners to experience a journey of development through playlists, Nestlé was able to significantly increase average time spent on learning and hit a milestone number of visits per month on the learning platform. “We’re thrilled to be recognised at this year’s Cornerstone RAVE Awards for our success in driving user adoption.” said Jo-Anne Rossouw, Head of Digital Learning, Nestlé. “Cornerstone, together with our IT Learning Product Team, have helped us achieve our two key adoption focuses for 2020 of improving access to the right learning content, and enabling learners to experience a journey of development through Playlists”. TravelCenters of America TravelCenters of America launched Cornerstone Learning as the foundation to establishing a learning culture in the organisation. Branding the solution “MyTA” the team quickly pivoted with the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic to weave a consistent message through communications, videos and job aids to reinforce how using MyTA would provide new opportunities to develop and grow in employees’ current roles, and help them prepare for the next step in their career. One major result of this strategy: 72% of employees logged into MyTA within the first 30 days, completing 8,000 courses! Veritas Technologies With Saba Cloud, Veritas Technologies launched a highly powerful, revenue-generating consolidated single learning system used by three different type of learner groups: employees, customers and partners. As a result, Veritas’ learning team can easily publish, track and maintain learning activities, empowering 18,000 users with diverse training requirements to quickly find and take the training they need. The organisation has seen system utilisation grow by 60%, enrolments go up by 45%, and reduced cases from learners by more than 200 per month. Advancement in Reinventing Work Winner: Public Storage About the award: This year recognises change makers who have implemented new ways to attract and retain the best talent and capitalised on the collective knowledge, skills, and performance of their people.  Public Storage Public Storage rolled out a highly adopted digital badge recognition programme within Cornerstone Learning in support of its goal to foster a culture of recognition at all levels of the organisation. As a result of this initiative, employees are empowered to reinforce high performance through meaningful, personal feedback aligned to organisational values and priorities. Reinventing Recruiting Winners: Henkel; myjobscotland About this award: This category recognises organisations that have progressively evolved their talent acquisition processes to improve their candidate experience, recruiting metrics and attract and hire the best people to prepare their organisations for the future.  Henkel Thanks to the focus, agile mindset, ownership, empowerment and the exceptional collaboration of its global project team, Henkel managed to implement a unified global talent acquisition system within 12 months and without interruption so recruiters could continue to work seamlessly. Thoughtful planning drove a blueprint for success, which led to increases in applicants and improved conversion rates, and a streamlined experience for candidates. myjobscotland myjobscotland used the TalentLink solution and implemented asynchronous video interviewing to help its member councils across Scotland discover and attract the best candidates into key roles. This virtual recruiting approach has been particularly important to continuously fill open positions during the pandemic and allows applicants to share the best version of themselves in the process. In doing so myjobscotland has been able to significantly decrease time-to-offer and time-to–hire, with rave reviews from candidates and hiring managers on the experience. "In line with our continual improvement strategy of our offering Councils (and other third parties) more functions whilst keeping the costs down, the COVID-19 pandemic further accelerated our need to implement a video recruitment strategy in TalentLink, and within myjobscotland.” says Douglas Shirlaw, Chief Digital Officer at COSLA. “We are very proud to have been able to design, engage and deliver this in less than a week for each of the 10 councils. The outcome reflects the professionalism, enthusiasm, commitment and togetherness of the myjobscotland team, as well as Council HR teams doing everything they could to make this a success in their regions under some particularly challenging circumstances." Visionary in Performance Management Winners: GB Group Plc; Horace Mann; HM Electronics About this award: This award recognises organisations that have engaged their employees through meaningful performance processes to improve organisational effectiveness and business outcomes. GB Group Plc GB Group Plc created a culture that supports ongoing performance conversations using Cornerstone Performance and built-in Check-Ins. By offering a simple, interactive way for its people and managers to stay aligned, engaged and focused on achieving their potential, GB Group Plc met all three of its key objectives in implementing Cornerstone: improve the quality and frequency of performance conversations, raise the bar of performance, and ensure clear alignment between what each employee does and the business mission. Horace Mann Horace Mann successfully implemented a quarterly performance management process with a focus on coaching, feedback and employee development versus performance ratings. This new ongoing performance management process has evolved Horace Mann to a culture in which performance conversations are a way of life, with employees leading the conversation and proactively driving their own development and performance. “Our need to be able to quickly adapt and change course makes the concept of an annual performance review an outdated one that no longer meets the needs of our business,” said Susan Dudley, Talent Management System Analyst, Horace Mann. “With Cornerstone as well as the support of executive leadership, our change management plan and the desire for a change from the current process, we have successfully adapted our performance management strategy to meet the needs of today.” HM Electronics In 2019, HM Electronics adopted Saba Cloud to support the performance and development needs of its rapidly growing workforce. Using both performance and learning within Saba, HM Electronics has created a tight connection between both coaching, development and training, with deep insight on programme metrics. Building on its success using peer-to-peer “impressions” within the system, HM Electronics continues to foster a strong company-wide feedback culture. Congratulations to the 2020 RAVE Award Winners! Congratulations to all this year’s winners and sincere thanks to the thousands of customers around the world who continue to partner with Cornerstone to drive your talent strategies forward! To learn more about how Cornerstone customers are delivering innovative talent strategies using Cornerstone solutions, check out the many customer success stories shared at Cornerstone Convergence in September. While the conference has come and gone, all sessions are available on demand until October 31, 2020. Access the on-demand sessions here.

The fully integrated virtual learning solution

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The fully integrated virtual learning solution

Today’s workforce is more dispersed than ever before, making the need to learn and communicate across different locations critical to business success. So your organisation needs to support your employees with learning and collaboration capabilities wherever, whenever. With Saba Meeting, you can ensure high quality virtual training and well-connected team interactions. As a fully integrated virtual classroom solution, Saba Meeting helps you create interactive and engaging virtual events with breakout sessions, desktop, split screen and video sharing, collaborative whiteboards, polling, in-session text chat, emoticons, and more.

Streamlining a diverse industrial group with an agile and entrepreneurial learning strategy

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Streamlining a diverse industrial group with an agile and entrepreneurial learning strategy

"Tessenderlo Group is a diversified company that has a global vision whilst staying true to local needs. Cornerstone’s flexible and intuitive solutions suit our requirements perfectly. Simple integration has unlocked functionalities and have given greater flexibility to our organisation, as well as lifting the admin burden through an intuitive and easy-to-use system. Together with Cornerstone, our strategic vision and learning functionality can be accelerated with the facilitation of community, creating natural progression opportunities." Toon Patyn, HR Services Manager, Tessenderlo Group Business impact Tessenderlo Group is a diversified industrial operational group, requiring a centralised, streamlined, and intuitive HR software to align with their overall entrepreneurial strategic vision and individual local needs. Tessenderlo Group focuses on agriculture, bio-residuals, energy and providing water-based solutions in a range of operating segments. The company has grown and evolved from a chemical firm to a diversified industrial group and has a vested interest in sustainable development with innovative product ranges. The business is headquartered in Belgium, Brussels, with offices spanning over 25 different countries around the world and commercially operating in eight different business units. Tessenderlo Group required a combined, intuitive, and accessible HR system to suit the requirements, demands and responsibilities of their organisation. The main objective and vision for the group was to function for individuals by granting freedom and flexibility to local teams, whilst making the most out of a common process to link together and maximise efficiency. Tessenderlo Group sought to improve its learning strategy and invest further in the development of its employees to match different viewpoints of their worldwide community. Why Cornerstone Cornerstone gives Tessenderlo Group the opportunity to have an efficient, accessible, and centralised system whilst being tailored to the local needs of the various operating groups. The company seeks to have an entrepreneurial spirit in all aspects of their organisation which matches with Cornerstone’s resources that promote innovation and development. Learning and talent is an essential focus at Tessenderlo Group, and to cover its multiple business units, the group required a provider which could organise and implement the correct processes to overcome potential learning challenges. They believe in implementing a learning strategy that encompasses informal and on-the-job learning as a key pillar in their strategic vision. Cornerstone allows Tessenderlo Group to adapt to differing learning options and appetite, which differed hugely in the various business units previously. This flexibility can equally serve those more advanced in their learning journey as those who are just beginning. Tessenderlo Group plans to bring more harmony to talent processes and collaborating even more in groups to maximise efficiency to create a self-service learning strategy for their organisation. The results Fostering an innovative learning culture: Cornerstone supports and uplifts online learning course around various compliance topics, now covering all employees through 1 single tool. Employees can realise more of their potential as they accelerate their career development, accessing more inspiring and motivating learning content. Facilitating community across the globe: By having basic rules for global setup, but room for regional deviation, Cornerstone solutions have improved transparency, efficiency, and connection within Tessenderlo Group. Managers within the HR domain can exchange experiences, customising their integration depending on different factors such as the speed of learners, appetite and assigning courses that suit their specific local demands. The group has implemented Cornerstone in 16 countries in the first year alone. Easy-to-use and customisable solutions: Employees can use Cornerstone without lengthy or confusing training as the technology is intuitive and easy to customise. Integration thus far has been quick as business units can adopt Cornerstone organically and use the resources for their individual needs and demands, embracing the support and training of how to scale HR from other parts of the organisation. In that way all the business units can keep their look & feel, but profit from a common template. Strategic, accelerated forward planning: Looking to the future, Tessenderlo Group can now react with greater speed and agility to the changes in the labour market and employees’ personal lives, responding with perceptive training adjustments. In 2021, the first year of the launch, more than 12,500 courses have been registered completed through Cornerstone for an equivalent of over 15,000 hours of training. Entrepreneurial spirit and culture: Tessenderlo Group are constantly innovating and exploring new products and technologies in their organisation with more than 4,800 employees and consistently rated a leader in most of its markets it operates in. Cornerstone allows the company to foster a learning culture and uplift the organisation to a higher level, to ensure identity and visibility in a crowded sector.

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