July 19, 2023

Good learning outcomes are defined by good measurement

A large yellow measuring triangle held against a green wall

Paul recently continued his previous conversation on the UNLEASHcast with Jon Kennard about learning workflows. This time it was on the subject of measuring L&D outcomes.

He commented “One of the topics we touched on was ‘who does the measuring?’ This is not as obvious as it seems. Another factor we discussed is the COI or cost of inaction. It’s important to ‘measure’ the downside of doing nothing.”

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Eva McCann

Sales & Marketing Manager at People Alchemy

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