The Human Capital Media (HCM) Research and Advisory Group is the research division of Human Capital Media, publisher of Chief Learning Officer, Talent Management and Workforce magazines. The Research and Advisory Group specializes in partnered custom content solutions customizable and proprietary deliverables that integrate seamlessly with existing sales and marketing programs. Leveraging our access to senior-level decision-makers and proven HR industry expertise, we undertake market and thought leadership research in the human resources industry. Creating custom content and presenting thought leadership research are all part of the Research and Advisory Group’s focus.
The HCM Research and Advisory Group delivers:
— Custom white papers
— Benchmarking programs
— Thought leadership
For research inquiries, contact Sarah Kimmel, vice president: email@example.com.
For research sales opportunities, contact Cliff Capone, vice president group publisher: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEET THE TEAM
Vice President, Research & Advisory Services
Before joining the company in 2012 Kimmel accrued more than 12 years of experience as a business research consultant on human capital projects at Accenture, specializing in training, learning, performance, leadership development and knowledge management. As a learning research strategist on Accenture’s global Capability Development Strategy Team, she applied special expertise in the design, implementation and analysis of training and learning research, including human-capital program measurement strategy. Kimmel holds a B.A. with distinction from Shimer College and attended graduate school in the Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences at the University of Chicago.
Contact Sarah at: email@example.com.
Harnett writes white papers and infographics based on HCM research. Harnett holds a B.A. in English (Creative Writing focus) from Eastern Washington University and a M.S. in Writing (Book Publishing focus) from Portland State University.
Contact Tim at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Litaker conducts research analysis and survey design for custom surveys. Litaker studied Liberal Arts and Sciences at Shimer College.
Contact Grey at: email@example.com.
The Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board
The Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board (BiB) consists of senior learning and development practitioners, director and above. Approximately 33 percent are from organizations with revenue greater than $1 billion and approximately 25 percent are from organizations with revenue less than $5 million. The majority of organizations represented on the BiB have more than 1,000 employees. Approximately 17 percent of BiB organizations have between 1,000 and 4,999 employees. Approximately 15 percent of BiB organizations have between 10,000 and 49,999 employees. 72 percent of BiB members represent diverse industries ranging from education, consulting services, and health/medical services among others. Approximately 22 percent of BiB member organizations are Fortune 100 or Fortune 500 companies. Government agencies and non-profits are also represented in the BiB membership. 80 percent of the members are from U.S. headquartered organizations, 5 percent from Canada and the rest are headquartered internationally.
The Human Capital Executive Research Board
The Human Capital Executive Research Board (HCERB) consists of senior talent management practitioners. The HCERB is the business intelligence arm of Talent Management and Diversity Executive magazines. HCERB members represent government agencies, nonprofits and diverse industries ranging from aerospace to business services to consulting services and health/medical services. 26 percent of member organizations have annual revenues greater than $1 billion dollars. 27 percent have annual revenues less than $5 million. 17 percent of HCERB members are either a Fortune 100 or a Fortune 500 company. Approximately 80 percent are headquartered in the U.S. Approximately 5 percent are headquartered in Canada, and the remainder are headquartered internationally.
The Workforce Business Intelligence Board
The Workforce Business Intelligence Board (WBIB) consists of senior human resources practitioners. The WBIB is the business intelligence arm of Workforce magazine. WBIB members represent government agencies, nonprofits and diverse industries ranging from aerospace to business services to consulting services and health/medical service. 22 percent of member organizations have annual revenues greater than $1 billion dollars. 32 percent have annual revenues less than $5 million. 16 percent of WBIB members are either a Fortune 100 or a Fortune 500 company. Approximately 75 percent are headquartered in the U.S. Approximately 4 percent are headquartered in Canada, and the remainder are headquartered internationally.
If you have questions about joining any of our research boards, please email Sarah Kimmel: firstname.lastname@example.org.