A Look Ahead at Bersin by Deloitte Research






Welcome to the new The Business of Talent blog! We hope you appreciate the new look-and-feel and the new aggregated setup. Our intention is to increase the frequency and depth of our ongoing dialogue with you, our public readership. Let us know what you think of the flip.

In the meantime, I want to draw your attention to a series of posts that you can expect to find here starting today and continuing throughout the next few weeks. Beginning with this post on Learning & Development from Dani Johnson, we are excited to share a practice-by-practice preview of our research plans for the next nine to twelve months. In each article, you will find a brief summary of pressing challenges in each area along with highlights of our upcoming research agenda. We would love to hear your reactions, so please comment. Of course we are always looking for great case examples as well. So if your organization is tackling any of these issues in innovative and impactful ways, please let us know. In fact, we encourage you to consider submitting your story for inclusion in the program for our tenth annual IMPACT conference, taking place next May 22-25 in Hollywood, Florida.

At the end of the series, check back here for a summary discussion of these posts, including the major themes common to all.

Finally, please join the Bersin Research Exchange: Data in, insights out! Share your leading practices and receive research-based rewards such as reports, diagnostics, and white papers.

Thank you.

David Mallon

Chief Analyst / Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLP

David, a ten-year veteran of the organization, led the research teams at Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLP, for six years. An authority in all areas of HR, talent, learning, and leadership, David brings an integrated perspective to organizations seeking to solve their significant workforce challenges. He is adept at shaping operating models and key roles to improve employee experience and productivity, and is a thought leader in organizational culture, learning, and talent development. A former steward of the learning and development research practice for Bersin, David developed the team’s work in continuous learning and learning cultures. He holds a master’s degree in digital media from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a focus on computer-aided distance learning, and a bachelor of arts degree in English from Emory University.

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