Having metrics in place that demonstrate the ROI of learning is essential to proving how L&D contributes to organizational success. However, the 2017 Chief Learning Officer (CLO) State of the Industry survey identified that over half or all organizations don’t measure the impact of their L&D initiatives on business performance – and the ones that do aren’t entirely happy with their outcomes.
By identifying advanced metrics and building measurement into programs before implementation, L&D will have the data they need to demonstrate to the C-suite the organizational value of training and development.
Read on to learn:
Download the white paper to know how your L&D programs impact the bottom line.