Scott Frasard is an experienced learning executive and has worked in government, academic, and global corporate organizations. He’s an adult educator of 25 years, has a PhD in Adult Education from The University of Georgia and a M.Ed. in Measurement, Evaluation, Statistics, and Assessment from the University of Illinois – Chicago. He currently consults with large organizations on training evaluation projects to isolate effects on learning transfer, business performance, and return on investment. As a scholar-practitioner, Scott applies research practices in business settings to understand complex phenomena and communicates his methods and results in business language. Central to Scott’s work is moving the measurement focus away from “What do we want to ask?” towards the more important “What do we need to learn?” He publishes on evaluation-related topics, has presented at national and international conferences, and serves on the editorial board for The Journal of Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness.
· Learning and exploring a new evaluation paradigm, which can be used as a stand-alone strategy or in conjunction with other popular evaluation approaches to measuring changes in thinking following organizational interventions.
· Discovering tacit knowledge evaluation, address barriers and benefits of leveraging five focus area “clusters” to refine evaluation data collection, and analyze how thinking evolves and results in action.