Black box thinking is needed throughout the learning and talent development cycle.
- Design for success and measure it along the journey January 9, 2020Black box thinking is needed throughout the learning and talent development cycle. Read More
Chief learning officers express positivity going into the new year.
Learning leaders value mentoring and coaching more than ever, but the mentors and coaches themselves may be changing.
Use predictive analytics to determine which people investments and strategies will deliver the best business outcomes.
Numbers, by themselves, can be boring. To be effective when sharing data, present both numbers and narrative.
One of the biggest challenges L&D leaders face with technology adoption is how to establish and align a technology strategy with business goals.
Calculating the monetary value of intangibles is difficult. Here’s how one Canadian bank put a price tag on networking.
Measuring impact must begin with alignment. Engaging in a measurement-mapping process is a great way to illustrate alignment and hypothesize about the causal chain of evidence between a learning program and business goals.
Social learning buy-in may require rethinking what is being measured to assess impact.
Women are scarce in leadership roles. Lack of targeted leadership development offerings could be a contributing factor.
Predictions of success should be part of the evaluation mix.
CLO team takes home four American Society of Business Publishers and Editors awards in the video, print design and online writing categories.
Five goals for L&D this year.
A disconnect between learning and tangible business outcomes as well as lagging technology may be contributing to dissatisfaction with measurement and metrics practices.
Fear and lack of discipline can cost a learning function respect, budget, jobs and, in the end, its own existence. But this spiral can be avoided.
Definitions of measures and standard reports would serve L&D professionals well.