Tina Woodard, Capstone Performance Solutions Inc., CEO

The Future Demands Technological Muscle

  • Disparate talent management systems across a large or statewide institution leave gaps in talent management that can be filled by instituting a single, integrated talent management system.
  • Communications are improved across all aspects of talent management, including employee recruitment, engagement, and retention, when a talent management system works across all facets of an institution or education system.

“We found that e-learning was a way we could continue supporting employees’ learning, development, and performance management.”

Tina Woodard, CEO of Capstone Performance Solutions, knows what it takes to build an effective talent management system. As the assistant vice chancellor for organizational development in higher education, she was tasked with helping bring together 35 public colleges on a single technology platform for learning and development. The university system learned that having disparate employee learning management processes and systems was inefficient, so the focus of its efforts shifted to integrated talent management. “All institutions will be on one platform for benefits and payroll administration as well as the talent management and learning management solution.”

This is an excerpt from The Future of Higher Education. The eBook was generously sponsored by Ellucian.