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"Benchmark-It" was inspired by senior executive board members who are continuously sending new questions that they need answered by their peers. We enjoyed 100s of 20 page long e-mail threads for many years. And, now, it is time to let go of the past e-mail threads, and start using the benchmarking tool of the future. Below is just a sampling of the benchmarking questions currently being asked on BPI. If you become a Senior Executive Board or Benchmarking Corporate Member, then you will get all of the benefits of the Ask-It Benchmarking feature!

Productivity Costs of External Hires

  • By: Scott Baxt COO, BPI
Looking for any research or data that addresses the productivity cost of external hires.Specifically,* What is the productivity cost to a senior leader when they are hired externally (i.e., w...

Board Member Question: Leadership Development Program - Content ideas

  • By: Vanessa Dupuis VP, Global Talent Management, Celanese
We are in the process of designing a new program for our top tier leadership. It will be a 6 week program comprised of leadership curriculum and a 4 week immersive experience working on a strategic p...

Compensation Management Best Practices

  • By: Louis Carter CEO, BPI
What are your compensation management practices, particularly around what used to be known as broadband and analyzing jobs in terms of market and internal factors?

Engagement Survey Strategy Help

  • By: Beth Demko Senior Talent Management Consultant, Kimberly-Clark Corporation
I am hoping you can help on the topic of Engagement Survey Strategy - we are looking to gather insights on:* What are Engagement best practices of high performing organizations? What are they doi...

What are the/your best processes, roles, resources and practices for Top Talent/High Potential Development programs?

  • By: Sandy Allred Senior Director, Talent Management, Kimberly Clark
For a number of years, Kimberly-Clark has employed a practice of proactively telling Top Talent (high potentials) that they are Top Talent. That is principally driven by our desire to let our best em...