Invitation to participate in the next big Dave Ulrich survey
ti 2. kesäkuuta 2020 12.29.00
The Human Resource Competency Study (HRCS) is the world's leading competency survey for HR. It does not describe what HR does or believes is important - it tells us what truly produces value.
HENRY offers its members a unique opportunity to take part and get their own reports on HR in their own business and as a professional HR practitioner.
Over the years, the findings from the HRCS have had a major impact on how companies have organised the HR function and how the profession has evolved. It is also probably one of the main reasons why Dave Ulrich has been named the world's leading thinker within HR, again and again. The survey is global, but it also analyses regional differences.
Advantages when participating
Here are some of the advantages you get from taking part in the survey:
Own individual and company reports, benchmarked with new global reference data
Overall report brought to you by HENRY. Here you can download a report from the last time the survey was conducted
Opportunity to attend digital feedback conferences. If we become more than 50 participating companies and the corona situation permits, we can arrange a feedback conference with RBL
Receive data that enables you to better impact the performance of your business
Free - no charge for participating companies with up to 50 participants
Listen to Dave Ulrich give further information about the survey here.
The registration has opened. Data collection will take place shortly after the summer and the reports are expected to be completed around the turn of the year. Feedback conferences during 2021.
If you are interested, we recommend you register now. Here you can find further information about the report and enroll yourself and your team.
When you sign up for the survey, you must enroll a coordinator who later distributes and appoints informants within the company. To get an organisational report, we need to get at least five responses from the business in total, but the more answers, the better the report will be. The minimum requirement for obtaining a 360-degree evaluation is four informants, consisting of superior, side-order and subordinate colleagues.
Partners and member benefits
The University of Michigan and the RBL group are behind the investigation and are working closely with partners covering each region. HENRY have been given the opportunity to participate because of our membership in the EAPM (European Association for People Management).
Thank you for being a member of HENRY. We are happy to give you the opportunity to join HRCS. The survey is one of the best of its kind in the world.