Tagged: training measurement
In April we published our bi-annual State of Learning and Talent Measurement research and again the news is mixed. (Report available here at no charge.) A few tidbits for you to think about:
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Ok we know times are tough. Our just-released TalentWatch® research (Winter 2009) found that 61% of all organizations now rate “financial pressure to cut costs” as one of their top two business challenges, up from 36% only 3 months ago.
So how well are HR and L&D organizations doing at reducing expenses and rationalizing costs? ... Read more»
We just finished an assessment of our research members and felt it was urgent to publish this important research. If you are trying to find ways to improve the operational efficiency and reduce the costs of your corporate training programs, read this. It includes an in-depth checklist of what to do… comments welcome…... Read more»
The Training Measurement Book is on Amazon’s Top 10 Business Books for 2008
This week we published the Corporate Learning Factbook® for 2008 and sure enough, corporate learning and development budgets are being cut everywhere. The Factbook shows spending reduction of 11%, and our Winter TalentWatch research, which isolates spending changes by industry, is also ... Read more»
Training measurement continues to be a challenge in our industry. In fact, it is one of the top three areas of concern on the minds of corporate training managers.
We have been studying this issue for more than five years now, and much of our findings are now available in a new book The Training ... Read more»
More than 240 books on Amazon.com and 90 articles on the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) website are devoted to the measurement and evaluation of training. There are also more than 2,000 websites featuring consultants and tools to help the measurement process. Yet, despite all these extensive resources, most training managers do not ... Read more»