mX Benchmark Council
for evidence-driven connections with peers
PepsiCo, Walmart, Boeing, Siemens, Maersk, McKinsey, Shell, Wells Fargo, Publicis, McDonald’s, Citi, Kellogg, Caterpillar, Alstom, Syngenta, Accenture, John Deere, HSBC, Disney, Schneider Electric, Tetra Pak, Sika, Evonik, Amplifon, Bristol-Myers Squibb . . .
Join or form Circles of peers with other mobility and talent leaders to define, capture, compare and discuss information about important aspects of your talent mobility program – approaches, policies, practices and platforms – and the way it interfaces with talent management and the business.
Compare important aspects of practice and assess the impact of different approaches, all based on evidence.
1. mX Circles
mX Circles are at the heart of the mX Council. Either enduring – where companies wish to compare data with peers that have something lasting in common – or topical, where companies connect for a period around a shared interest or priority – Circles provide a trusted safe-space for confidential, facilitated discussion. Enduring Circles have periodic meetings according to an agreed schedule while the meeting cadence for each topical Circle is determined according to its needs.
If, to gain needed insights, those in a Circle ask to benchmark specific data about approaches, policies, practices or technologies, such benchmarking is managed securely, and in confidence, by the mX Management Team through hosted mX platforms.
2. mX Huddles
A company in a Circle may ask to initiate an mX Huddle on a topic of its choice. These virtual meetings, typically lasting 30-40 minutes, are arranged and facilitated at short notice by the mX Management Team where there is sufficient interest from others in the mX Council.
3. mX Core Benchmarks
mX Core Benchmarks are a central resource for all companies in the mX Council. These explore important elements of talent mobility program design, and allow companies to identify others in the Council with similar challenges, approaches or priorities. The data included in mX Core Benchmarks is captured as each new company enters the Council, and updated once each year for all to reveal how programs are changing over time.
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The mX Benchmark Council is guided by a Steering Group which represents members and works with TraQs to improve the platform.