To help you make your L&D programs more sustainable, this article will outline the three components that all sustainable programs have in common.
To adjust in the new normal, training measurement must be aligned with business return on investment.
Learning professionals can take strides toward more actionable and measurable data with business intelligence for enterprise training.
L&D must account for their costs, and demonstrate performance and business value to every stakeholder.
A return on investment forecast will compare the monetary value that your project will deliver with the anticipated cost of the project.
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).