It is best to approach the subject of measurement with designers and trainers by communicating why learning and development (L&D) leaders measure learning.
This episode of The Business of Learning podcast offers expert insights on how to support and measure employee performance.
Training measurement is a notoriously difficult aspect of the training manager role. In this episode of The Business of Learning, GP Strategies' Bonnie Beresford, director of performance and learning analytics at GP Strategies, offers tips on measurement.
If your stakeholders cornered you and looked you in the eye and asked, “Why are we changing our training program this year?”, what would you say?
xplorance, the leading Employee Experience Management (EXM) solution provider, announces a partnership with Gallup, the global analytics and advisory firm.
It’s time to reevaluate the training needs analysis!
Good measurement begins at the beginning of the program. When it doesn’t, there is a discovery gap, and your analysis may not tell the whole story.
The steps you take with skills data today will lead your organization to be leaps ahead tomorrow.
It’s important to send a message to your employees that their development is still a high priority.
Establish clear correlation between an the increase in training and positive business impact to justify courses and time spent in training.