Genpact, the architect of the Lean Digital enterprise announces that it has won 11 Brandon Hall Group Human Capital Management (HCM) Excellence Awards for its global talent development practices in 2015. Now entering its 21st year, the Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards Program is among the most prestigious in the learning and development space.
“The high quality of work and commitment to driving business results among our award winners never fails to amaze me,” said Rachel Cooke, Chief Operating Officer of Brandon Hall Group and head of the awards program. “All of these winning programs deliver meaningful business results to their organizations. Winning an Excellence Award is a great honor, but the real winners are the organizations themselves and their customers and clients because of the innovation and customer focus they demonstrate.”
By focusing on key skill types, Genpact has significantly invested in developing internal and external talent and has therefore, created a strong talent pipeline of more than 70,000 employees around the world.
Winning 11 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards demonstrates Genpact’s leading-edge work in addressing global talent challenges and is a testament to the company’s pervasive learning and development ecosystem. Along with these Brandon Hall Group awards, Genpact recently won an Association for Talent Development (ATD) BEST award, which further demonstrates the success of the company’s industry-leading professional development programs, which are at the core of Genpact’s global business model and unique corporate culture.
According to the release, this year, Genpact received four gold awards. Two were for Excellence in Learning including, Best Advance in Learning Technology Implementation for its Learning Management System, and Best Use of Games or Simulations for Learning for its School for Effective Aspiring Leaders (SEAL) program.
Two additional gold awards were for Excellence in Talent Management including Best Advance in High Potential Development for its Global Operating Leader Development (GOLD) program, and Best Advance in Performance Management for its Knowledge Management Framework for IT Managed Services.
The company received three silver awards. Two were for Excellence in Learning, including Best Unique or Innovative L&D program for its Lean Six Sigma Capability Build Program for Black Belts, and Best Use of a Blended Learning Program for its Wave frontline leader program. A third silver award was for Excellence in Talent Management including Best Advance in Employee Engagement for its [email protected] program.
Genpact also received four bronze awards for Excellence in Learning including: Best Advancement in Competencies and Skill Development for its IT Leadership Development Program; Best Certification Program for its Genpact Emerging Manager (GEM) program; Best Learning Program supporting a Change Transformation Business Strategy for its Generating Client Impact (GCI) sales program; and Best Use of a Blended Learning Program for its ASPIRE eCornell Leadership Certification Program.
“Talent development is a key tenet of our company’s sustainability and it’s deeply embedded in our culture, enabling us to solve our clients’ challenges,” said Amit Aggarwal, senior vice president and global training leader at Genpact. “We’re humbled to be recognized as best in class but we are not resting on our laurels, because digital technologies will radically change what we need from people. As a result, our Lean Digital strategy has talent creation at its core.”
Excellence Awards winners will be honored at Brandon Hall Group’s HCM Excellence Conference January 27-29, 2016, at the PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Selected winners also will serve as presenters in the more than 20 breakout sessions during the 2½-day conference.