2020 dramatically changed the way organizations have had to approach their learning – new strategies, new modalities, and new technologies. As we head into an uncertain 2021, companies must adjust their thinking about learning measurement as well. Traditional measurement models – which hadn’t been working well anyway – need to be jettisoned in favor of a strategy that captures how people are interacting with learning and the impact it is having on their behavior and performance.
Join David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst with Brandon Hall Group, as he examines the latest research, including results from a recent ROI in Learning survey (commissioned by Litmos). He’ll discuss ideas for adjusting outdated measurement strategies, in order to meet the needs of the new normal for learning.
Discussion topics include:
- The changing learning landscape
- The implications for learning measurement
- A model for measuring learning’s impact
- Learning measurement practices