Descriptive metrics don’t inform us of the value of those activities. If we are going to use analytics to improve our performance, we need to know which data points are valuable – both as positive and negative examples.
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In the season 1 finale of "The Business of Learning," we talk to industry leaders about training market trends in 2018 and predictions for 2019.
We must do our best to understand the root causes of training requests in order to realize our impact on the business in behavior changes and, ultimately, some form of return on investment.
As coaching becomes more popular as a development tool, organizations are investing more money – and, therefore, looking for a greater return.
Training Industry spoke with several executives from corporate training companies to gain their insights on 2018 and their predictions for 2019.
Here are some strategies to set your L&D team on the path to data independence, from metrics selection to goal-setting to scaling the process with the right tools.
In theory, performance management is the perfect alignment of people and skill sets with the company’s strategic direction. It usually starts with big ideas about what the company wants to accomplish in the upcoming fiscal year, then cascades down.