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.
Innovation is in high demand in organizations across the world. The CLO is in a great position to help foster it among employees.
Plans for the coming year indicate CLOs are feeling good about the road ahead.
The Business Impact Award is for learning executives who have implemented a significant measurement or evaluation program that has demonstrated exceptional business impact from their workforce development programs. Potential results may include measures of employee retention, sales, revenue growth, customer satisfaction or cost reduction, among others.
Excellence in Executive Education recognizes executive education providers that have delivered a targeted executive education program for a client that has delivered measurable results.
A customized training rollout of new user adoption strategies can save a company time, money and additional resources.
Data indicate a more complicated picture about learning delivery beyond the simple assumptions.