Your company has jumped on the bandwagon of using an LMS — but what is it doing, exactly? Are you using it to its full potential?
Today, more than ever before, learning and development professionals need to be able to assess the business impact of their training programs.
A task analysis that captures a deep understanding of what your high performers do that sets them apart is a tremendous tool for any L&D team.
Becoming data-driven is a process, not an end in itself, and it requires time from both the leadership team and the employees.
A data-fluent learning and development function is more likely to take greater accountability for results and to successfully improve its own performance.
It has never been more important to invest in leadership development as organizations normalize and grow.
Data is the new oil, and L&D is perfectly positioned to harness this data in meaningful ways. It does not need to be complex – only thoughtful.
Growth in data is causing an evolution of certain skill sets in order to meet a rapid and ever-changing market demand.