Why HR projects succeed
UNLEASH’s exclusive annual insights report, unpacking what you need to make your HR tech projects accelerate to success.
Why You Should Care
Our 2022 report has landed!
We've gathered qualitative input from senior leaders at the likes of NASA, AstraZeneca, Warner Music, Novartis, Amazon and Comcast, and over 1,300 survey respondents, composed primarily of HR, talent and learning leaders, with useful input from IT and broader business leaders.
As we near the halfway mark of this year, it's vital we pause in order to plan for the future and ensure that ongoing or planned HR tech projects truly do succeed!
In 2020, UNLEASH conducted new research into Why HR Projects Fail and the findings were telling to say the least. 84% of over 1000 global organizations with combined HR technology budgets of $4 billion told us they felt their HR projects were unsuccessful.
It’s fair to say a lot has happened since then…the pandemic continues to shape how we work and accelerated digital transformation beyond what we could have imagined two years ago. The ‘Great Resignation’ has hit with key skills and talent more in demand than ever. So what does good look like now when it comes to HR technology and what role can it play in creating a great employee experience that helps you retain and nurture your people?
This year, in partnership with ServiceNow, we spoke to over 1300 HR, IT and business leaders, as well as 1000 employees worldwide to uncover what it takes in this brave new world to make HR tech projects succeed.
Download the report to:
- Unpack what success looks like when it comes to HR technology projects
- Hear what employees really think of the experiences their organizations are providing
- Explore what ‘good’ looks like in organizations like Amazon, NASA, Novartis, and Comcast
- Discover the seven habits of highly successful HR organizations that you can adopt right now
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Director of Content Labs and Insights
Kate works with organizations using HR, talent, and learning tech to feed into the research and content agenda.