The higher the desired impact and ROI, the greater the effort must be for learning professionals, organizational goals owners and senior leaders.
The need for development but low expectation of a documentation return presents a quandary.
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.
Organizations of all types face accountability.
To bridge the gap where big data is not serving our needs, small data can offer personal insights and meaning.
Learning programs too often lack critical impact objectives.
The time is right to take steps to make your learning programs and budget recession-ready.
Simple steps ensure a consulting-based model delivers promised value and builds rather than harms your department’s credibility.