About this Resource
Over the past five years, learning and development has seen a transition of their reported metrics and measures from being almost wholly qualitatively based to a blend of both quantitative and qualitative data.
L&D measurement maturity is achieved when an organization can establish and maintain a reliable, workable and achievable measurement strategy that meets the organization’s needs in the present while being flexible enough to accommodate the organization’s growth and technology advancements in the future.
If ten L&D professionals were asked to name their program’s biggest soft spot, nine of them would say … “Measurement”
Download the research snapshot to learn:
- 6 reliable ways to assess the effectiveness and maturity of your learning and development strategy
- How you can better align your organization’s learning and development strategies with its business objectives
- Top metrics reported to demonstrate training impact and how they have shifted to a qualitative/quantitative mix
- The discrepancy between aligning L&D with business objectives and measurement
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