Numbers alone will put many people to sleep. L&D professionals must use visuals to engage stakeholders and explain how training drives performance.
By uncovering the stories behind data, data visualization can help L&D leaders earn stakeholders' engagement and buy-in.
For a presentation to be useful (i.e., to help an audience make a decision), it needs a succinct narrative supported by relevant data and purposeful visuals. There should be no extraneous information or visuals for the sake of visuals.
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.
Yet Analytics has announced a major upgrade to its software-as-a-service platform for learning analytics.
Ask any executive what their biggest frustrations are and, invariably, they will answer, “Long-winded, unfocused presentations that pack in too much data.”