By identifying learning objectives, conducting pre- and post-training assessments, analyzing the results and making improvements, you can ensure that your training program is successful and meets the needs of your learners.
If training doesn’t work to improve employee performance or the business, then what’s the point? At the end of the day, if you’re going to keep investors interested in your value proposition — you better show them some value. Learn more in this...
Demonstrating training program's business impact helps elevate the conversations beyond the training office’s needs to the whole organization’s needs.
Training Industry today announced its selections for the 2020 Top Training Companies™ lists for the assessment and evaluation sector of the learning and development (L&D) market.
An evaluation toolkit is an invaluable tool to empower data-driven L&D decisions within the department and across the organization.
Learning leaders must be able to show the value of our programs, projects and initiatives to prevent these cuts from further disrupting our business.
Most organizations do not have much data on the impact those programs have on the business and whether they accomplished the goal they sought to achieve.
Training is vital to achieving strategic and tying training to the organization’s goals makes it more relevant and valuable.