Global strategic advisory firm The Hackett Group is in the midst of a performance study designed to identify and explain trends in the learning industry. The study, which is currently open to all companies with revenues greater than $1 billion, is specifically focused on the costs and resources associated with design and delivery of programs.
The study will capture and compare more than 40 different metrics, including training cost as a percentage of revenues, delivery cost breakdown per training theme, internal and external design and delivery usage, cost per training delivered per person trained, percentage of design cost to total cost and percentage of delivery cost to total cost.
“The best CLOs understand that the true starting point for improving how their company trains staff and develops leaders is to quantify how things are currently being done and compare their performance to other leading companies,” Hackett HR Practice Leader Stephen Joyce said. “This new study, which is our first to focus solely on learning and development issues, is a fantastic opportunity for CLOs to better understand their operation and identify areas where improvements can make the biggest difference.”
For more information or to participate in Hackett’s learning and development performance study, companies can visit http://www.thehackettgroup.com/research/learning2008.
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