Let’s make it a culture “that a training impact evaluation” be done for every training effort.
According to Elliott Masie:
“The hardcore answer is that every time we start a project for a business unit, we demand that an impact evaluation be built into the deal. Sure, we want to know if the employees learned the content. But, the impact evaluation is based on a changed and measurable result on the balance sheet. Sales training results in increased revenue. Leadership training results in higher retention and lowered recruitment costs. ”
www.TrainingPayback.com is an online system that actually “Help Learners Apply Learning” so they can track the impacts of their learning.
Ray Jimenez, PhD www.vignettestraining.com
“Helping Learners Learn Their Way”