Traditional return on investment (ROI) measures focus on learning events, while MOOVA takes a more systemic approach to assessing the value of your learning programs.
Learning leaders must be able to show the value of our programs, projects and initiatives to prevent these cuts from further disrupting our business.
Measuring the return on investment (ROI) for any activity is the most important metric for any business. The same is true for learning and development (L&D).
Ensure technology-based learning will deliver desired results by applying design thinking principles that focus on delivering application and impact with virtual learning.
Emphasize the long-term benefits of virtual reality training to your organization to gain the attention and buy-in that you need.
No doubt you’ve heard about the many benefits of training in virtual reality (VR). It’s hard not to. But embarking on a VR training initiative can be expensive, especially when you consider the complexity of training required.
Onboarding is an area that’s ripe for the measurement of training effectiveness. Much has been written about measuring onboarding training effectiveness, but these articles typically recommend high-level measures, such as turnover rates.