Sector benchmarks help you build performance

by | Feb 21, 2012 | Articles

Spotlight – the new Sector Benchmarks, announced by Towards Maturity in January 2012 – have been launched in response to widespread demand for an analysis that drills deeper into the practical issues within individual business sectors. Industries covered in the initial tranche of ‘Spotlight’ reports include:

Available:

  • IT and Telecoms
  • Public/Private Sector – General
  • Health and Social Care
  • Finance and Insurance
  • Learning Services Providers
  • Manufacturing
  • Central Government
  • Professional and Technical
  • Local Government
  • Utilities

Who are the reports aimed at?

  • Those responsible for delivering results with learning technologies within the sector
  • Those responsible for building a credible business case for change within the sector
  • Those providing service offerings for the sector

What is covered by the report?

Contents include sector spotlights on:

  • Budgets and drivers
  • Delivering the benefits – current organisational impact
  • Performance Benchmarks – how do you compare with your peers on take-up, efficiency and business agility?
  • Technologies in use – including mobile and social media
  • Accelerating performance – overcoming barriers, building a performance culture and developing the L&D team.
  • Implementation benchmarks – strengths and weaknesses across 6 workstreams of implementation activites
  • Call to action for the sector
  • Appendix of data tables

Each 29 page report contains 12 data tables and 7 graphs.

How much do the sector benchmarks cost?

The sector benchmarks retail at £199 per report however members of the Towards Maturity research community and members of the E-Learning Network can purchase for £139.30.

Please contact [email protected] to purchase your copy.

NB Premium Benchmark Centre users and those who have booked a place on the Towards Maturity Strategic Review have access to up to 4 sector benchmarks for free within their premium programme.

Background

The Spotlight Sector Benchmarks draw on the organisation’s nine-year track record of producing the leading European Industry Benchmark. Drawing on data from 1,800 organisations, The Towards Maturity Benchmark is considered the most comprehensive independent review of the use of learning technologies in the UK workplace. (The 2011-12 report is available for free download at: www.towardsmaturity.org/2011benchmark).

Participants in the 2011-12 benchmark also received a free personalised benchmark report on completion of the study. This personal report can be used in conjunction with the industry spotlights to directly compare your current learning technology progress with your peers. If you took part in the 2011 benchmark but did not download your personal report, please contact [email protected] to find out how you can access it.

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