The success of learning initiatives needs to be measured and communicated via key performance indicators (KPIs). KPIs allow you to measure the success of not only the efforts of the L&D department, but also your programs across the entire organization.
User experience (UX) isn't just the responsibility of the marketing department. Apply UX principles to your learning modules, and your learners -- who are your internal customers -- will take notice and be much more engaged. Heck, they might even be impressed.
Learner retention is perhaps the most important metric to measure the success of L&D initiatives. However, as we've covered in this blog before, the vast majority -- often as high as 90 percent -- of new skills are lost within a year if not reinforced by practical follow-ups or assessments.
The Association for Talent Development (ATD)'s publication, TD magazine, recently celebrated its 70th birthday.
In an ever-changing, ever more complex workplace, people need to be dynamic -- adjusting procedures, chasing new opportunities, or finding solutions -- often on a daily basis.
As such, one of the most important skillsets employees need on the job today is the ability to see a problem before...
News last week that an accreditation group for for-profit colleges may lose its federal recognition has prompted many L&D leaders to re-think their strategy of making courses from such programs available for their employees.