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Building measurement skills is critical for corporate training professionals who seek to align their L&D programs to business outcomes for organizational success.
Achieving measurement maturity is a change effort requiring commitment and discipline. Understanding your current capabilities and gaps is an essential first step followed by determining where your organization wants to go in this area. Once both are achieved, you will be able to develop your desired measurement and reporting strategy—the bridge between where you are today and where you aspire to be.
David Vance has co-authored The Measurement Demystified Field Guide to be that bridge. And he joins IDIODC to discuss how to improve your measurement capability and advance the measurement maturity of your organization. We'll discuss, and refresh our minds, on the talent development reporting principles framework and measurement strategy. Did you even know about the Talent Development Reporting principals (TDRp)? Well, now you do. And you should learn more.
And even if you don't think you'll ever want to move into management, you'll still benefit as an early career instructional designer or eLearning developer by hearing David's experiences in the world of learning and development.
David founded Caterpillar University back in 2001. Until his retirement in 2007 he was responsible for ensuring that the right education, training and leadership were provided to achieve corporate goals and efficiently meet the learning needs of Caterpillar and dealer employees. And isn't that what we're all trying to accomplish? Even if you're a learning department of 1, you will benefit from this valuable conversation.
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