Organizations are finding it more and more important to use data in order to make decisions about future training strategies. The reality is that data persuades better than anything else. It can show the decision-makers at your company that training is more than just a compliance check; it’s an effective and valid part of business strategy.
Luckily, there is a process for data-driven decision-making (DDDM).
This worksheet will help you work through the DDDM process and provide examples from a training environment. It breaks down the process into four steps:
- Formulate key questions.
- Collect and analyze data.
- Communicating results to decision-makers.
- Refining processes, organizations and/or systems.
Each step has its own set of questions that you can fill out as you go or print and complete later.
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