Definitions of measures and standard reports would serve L&D professionals well.
Articles by David Vance
The future is bright for L&D if we continue to build on the work of those who have come before us.
The higher the desired impact and ROI, the greater the effort must be for learning professionals, organizational goals owners and senior leaders.
The concept of return on investment is continuously abused and misused. ROI should be used wisely to help plan programs to ensure they deliver value and to identify opportunities for improvement.
A look at the six most common reasons and their implications.
How can we best demonstrate alignment of L&D with organizational goals?
The issue of means versus ends is far from an issue of semantics; rather, it is a fundamental question about the reason for corporate training.
The time is right to take steps to make your learning programs and budget recession-ready.
Greater accountability for results will force you to plan and prepare better as well as remain focused on the end in mind.
Not so fast, says blogger David Vance. It takes a lot of effort to manage learning for results, none of which occurs in an employee-directed model.
Not if they have the right mission.
What is good for the country is not always good for individual companies.
Remain flexible yet focused in order to maintain training quality.
In learning, speaking the same language is important.