The modern learning system encompasses the factors driving the need for training, training itself, and the measurement and evaluation of training:
Companies invest a lot of time and money measuring customer satisfaction. These measures usually assume the form of a survey.
This white paper explains concepts and best practices for developing effective assessments and interpreting their results.
Digital training content is becoming more popular, especially for frontline workers. In addition, learning leaders are reporting increasing pressure to prove that their programs are making a positive impact on business results.
Calculating the business impact of customer education programs has proven to be a difficult task. Studies suggest that the current methodologies used to provide evidence of the business impact of all educational programs are lacking.
How can you measure growth and performance in a role as amorphous as leadership? The answer involves peering under the hood to see what runs the leadership engine.
Unfortunately, many companies see training as a financial drain, so it is one of the first functions to take a hit when there are budget cuts. Do you, as a training manager, have the ability to change it? Yes!
To finally help organizations understand the link between employee learning, behavior change and business results, Axonify, the most trusted corporate microlearning platform, today launched Axonify Impact™.
One way that learning and development (L&D) partners can help leaders demonstrate impact is through technology-driven measurement and evaluation of key development programs.
The framework for designing your learning strategy is simple: Focus on the four Ps: people, platforms, processes and product.