Learning and finance should not be at odds.
Articles by Patti P. Phillips
Hope is not a strategy, luck is not a factor, and doing nothing is not an option.
Business results are the number one thing executives want to see from learning.
Feed it executive-friendly learning scorecards.
Learning programs must be grounded in business.
Some learning problems never go away.
Metrics can’t stop at the next level above the CLO. They have to appeal to the CEO.
One big reason to measure learning? The boss wants it.
Organizations are beginning to require evidence of results from all types of meetings and events. As with learning events, success requires not only that the conference provider pay attention to results but also that sponsors are engaged before, during an
Measurement means numbers, yet there are many learning professionals who would rather change careers than deal with these pesky digits. But you don’t need to be a mathematician to be successful in a world of numbers — it’s not about how to &quot;d