Training evaluation should provide insights not only about the effectiveness of training but also about how it can be improved for learners and organizations.
We know that successful sales managers play a significant role in the productivity and performance of their sales team. Why wouldn’t we invest in their development and ensure we have metrics that help them improve along the way?
Without measurement and the ability to tell the story of training, we’ll never truly convince our business partners and stakeholders that we’re adding value to the bottom line.
Everyone knows great business results can’t be achieved without highly engaged, highly skilled employees – and that it takes learning and talent development to develop them.
Accurately measuring the improvement of thousands of human beings in a workplace is a lot more complicated than measuring batting average.
Wednesday, Area9 announced a $30 million investment from The Danish Growth Fund, a state investment fund in Denmark – an amount described in the press release as “considerably larger” than its previous investments.
22 Feb 2018
Data is not one-size-fits-all. It varies based on the audience it’s being served to and the analysis it’s undergoing, and in a business setting, it’s not always available to everyone. It can either be a helpful tool, or an enormous time sink.
The rise of data-driven decision-making has made it apparent that many traditional metrics, such as employee engagement or satisfaction, are not constant throughout a business year; they are always changing.