Learning Analytics: Getting to Application, Results, and Value
L&D organizations consistently struggle in providing the senior leaders in their business with the metrics they need to be seen as a strategic providers to the business. Progressive learning organizations are leveraging measurement and analytics to be able to show their executive sponsors the application, results, and business value that their programs are delivering to the organization.
The Metrics That Matter practice of CEB (Corporate Executive Board) specializes in helping learning organizations take a different approach toward learning analytics. They will share the latest insights and research around learning measurement and provide an overview of how the best in class & award winning corporate learning groups are accomplishing this.
This session will:
Provide the latest research from CEB on L&D groups regarding learning analytics
Discuss the phenomenon of “Scrap Learning”. How measuring Scrap Learning helps organizations in calibrating and improving their levels of the application, results, and value from learning
Draw the distinction between the average learning group and best in class in relation to analytics
Provide guidance for how learning groups can move from being seen as cost centers to valuable strategic partners
Show how analytics helps top learning groups make their business cases for new programs (and additional budget) and get the resources they need for success!
About the Speaker:
Michael Cohen, Account Manager at Metrics That Matter / CEB
Michael has been in the corporate learning space for over 14 years having been with Thomson NETg, Skillsoft, and most recently, CEB. Michael has worked with a wide range of companies (from mid size to global Fortune 500) to help their learning organizations drive talent development excellence. Since 2014 he has been with the Metrics That Matter practice of CEB helping organizations measure and improve their talent programs through the use of automated metrics.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Independence Visitor's Center 1 N Independence Mall W Philadelphia, PA 19106
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