Using Metrics to Improve Your Learning programs
About 20% of on the job training equals time wasted according to a LinkedIn study. That same study indicated 67% of learners apply training but, in the end, revert to their previous habits.
These statistics point to an alarming amount of scrap learning. It’s shocking for HR professionals to hear, especially, if they’re monitoring the Return on Investment of training programs.
So, how do those professionals get the “train back on the tracks”? It starts with the latest HR Exchange Network report: Using Metrics to Improve Your Learning Programs.
- The most important metrics to measure when tracking learning program success
- Details on some the top learning technologies to date
- Why it is important to track not only success, but failure as well
- How to use metrics and analytics to align learning strategies with business goals
- Why learning programs must not only focus on groups, but individuals as well
In Using Metrics to Improve Your Learning Programs, each challenge is explored to the fullest. A thorough explanation of each challenge is given with processes or solutions to mitigate each, and examples where actions by HR professionals have been proficient and successful.