The ISO has unveiled recommendations aimed at standardizing the measurement of learning and development (L&D) effectiveness and outcomes.
In this episode of The Business of Learning, we spoke with experts about a notorious challenge for L&D leaders: training measurement.
Like the old saying goes, “What you measure is what you will improve.” If learning leaders wish to prove training’s impact, they must measure individual employee’s performance, rather than rely solely on post-training surveys and questionnaires.
Are your training programs failing to achieve the intended results? Focus on these five areas to improve training effectiveness and ROI.
While L&D experts like to debate the merits of each evaluation model, many organizations get stuck identifying and picking the right approach for their initiatives. In the end, there is only one metric that really matters: ROE. Learn more in this article.
Once you start training employees, it’s critical to track specific metrics to help you assess whether your training program is benefiting the business. In this article, we'll review 10 key corporate learning metrics every training manager should know.
The expansion of online, collaborative learning is one of the most exciting evolutions to come out of the challenges of delivering sales training over the past year.
Demonstrating training program's business impact helps elevate the conversations beyond the training office’s needs to the whole organization’s needs.
Training metrics enable you to objectively assess the effectiveness of your learning solutions, improve training programs and drive business performance.