Organizations put huge amounts of time, money, and energy into delivering learning, yet real insight into the impact that learning has on a company remains elusive.
Most companies do a good job tracking who has completed what training, but that doesn’t tell the whole story or help determine the ROI of learning.
Brandon Hall Group’s Learning Measurement Study found that nearly 60% of companies say that an inability to measure learning’s impact is a significant challenge to executing the organization’s learning and development strategy.
Because of this, the space between learning and performance is widening.
Organizations seeking to improve their L&D programs and create a positive impact on performance must self-assess their current approaches and ask themselves these important questions:
- How do you align your L&D strategy with the business strategy?
- How do you determine the proper KPIs?
- How do you choose the right measurement model?
Download this research brief by the Brandon Hall Group and EI to get insights on the existing challenges with measuring the business impact of training and to find out how EI’s measurement model can help you measure and maximize the business impact of training and development programs.