Failing to measure the job and skill competencies of employees objectively and quantitatively is not a problem until it becomes one.
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Organizations are being overwhelmed by both traditional and new sources of data — with limited organizational expertise to leverage this data.
What's needed is an innovative new approach to conducting Level 3 evaluations. Let’s examine one Level 3 evaluation method to make evaluations more simple.
In three words, effective learning is continuous, immediate and self-directed, while traditional training models are discontinuous, delayed and centralized.
Finding out that learners loved or hated the training, overall, tells us very little about what specific improvements are warranted.
Let’s look at how far “fun” will get us within our larger, more comprehensive six-level approach to training evaluation.