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Tools for Measuring Learning Success

We’re pleased to bring you a short series by Kristin Thomas, Certified ROI Professional and Skillsoft Learning Consultant, covering the “why, what, where and how” of measuring learning. Today’s post, the last in the series, covers how to measure success.

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Designing Outcomes-Based Programs

We’re pleased to bring you a short series by Kristin Thomas, Certified ROI Professional and Skillsoft Learning Consultant, covering the “why, what, where and how” of measuring learning. Today’s post, third in the series, covers “where to begin,” in terms of designing outcomes-based programs. 

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Learning Metrics Defined

We’re pleased to bring you a short series by Kristin Thomas, Certified ROI Professional and Skillsoft Learning Consultant, covering the “why, what, where and how” of measuring learning. Today’s post, the second in the series, covers the “what,” defining learning metrics. 

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Importance of Measuring Learning Early and Often

We’re pleased to bring you a short series by Kristin Thomas, Certified ROI Professional and Skillsoft Learning Consultant, covering the “why, what, where and how” of measuring learning. This first post in the series covers why it’s important to measure learning early and often.

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Are you Measuring Impact?

Measurement Expert Panel PictureThere has never
been a better time or more demand to show learning’s impact. The drivers of
change are here – constrained budgets, reduced L&D staff, increased
pressures from finance and a global talent crisis. Yet despite the change
catalyst these conditions evoke, many organizations are boxed into traditional
patterns that fall short of delivering meaningful business results.

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Establishing program metrics & aligning communications

We’re pleased to bring
you a guest post by Tera Gillen, Manager of Inside Sales, Skillsoft.

By Tera Gillen

Successful programs come in all shapes and sizes but no
matter what the contract value, audience size or product(s) sold, all programs
have one thing in common — they’re evaluated by the company’s stake holders to
determine its success.

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Using Talent Development Reporting Principles (TDRp) to run learning like a business

The most successful CLOs today run learning like a business.
This means aligning learning to the business goals, carefully planning key
programs and agreeing on measures of success, and then actively managing the
programs to achieve the planned outcomes, effectiveness and efficiency.

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