Remain competitive in the marketplace by effectively utilizing your data scientists.
Creating an inclusive environment for a diverse workforce is no longer a “feel-good” initiative; it’s a business imperative. Simply closing your eyes and throwing a program at a dartboard won’t do the trick.
Many organizational leaders want to know how effective their training programs are. How can you collect the right data to show improvement, and how can you recognize when these results are meaningful? Here’s how to get answers from your company’s data.
We should leverage the very skills that ensure a positive classroom experience to tell the learning story to our stakeholders, sponsors, owners and leaders.
It’s been 100 years since the Industrial Revolution, and billions of dollars later, we still struggle to identify the forces and measurable outcomes of training. We have room to make a few giant steps toward making training measurement more of a science.
O’Reilly, the premier source for insight-driven learning in technology and business, today announced a new way to measure the impact of learning across organizations.
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.