Evaluating eLearning Investments Through A Cost-Benefit Analysis

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6 Ways To Demonstrate Learning Value For The Business

6 Ways To Demonstrate Learning Value For The Business Wednesday, 30 August 2017 by Ajay Pangarkar, CTDP, CPA, CMA  Business leaders are desperate to leverage employee knowledge to obtain a competitive advantage. However, they won't simply integrate learning efforts…

Death to Learning & Development! Fact or Fiction?

Is workplace learning and development (L&D) dying? Does it deserve to continue to exist? What should L&D become to survive? These are some of the questions people have recently been asking. My friend and colleague, Tom Spiglanin, just blogged about a significant change in the workplace learning space. Tom knows his stuff and I encourage... Continue Reading →

3 Career ‘Must Do’ Resolutions!

Yup, another year over and the pressure of another year is upon us. To be honest, ringing in a new year is exciting but at the same time extremely intimidating. Recently, on my regular radio workplace segment on CJAD800 Radio, my friend, journalist and talk-show host James Mennie (Twitter @jamesmennie) asked an interesting question. He... Continue Reading →

Trends, Goals, and Professional Development….Planning for 2016

The 35th anniversary of John Lennon's death just passed but his word remain..."So this is Christmas, and what have you done? Another year over. And a new one just begun." Yes. Another year is over and what have you done? If you are unable to fully answer this question don't worry, you are not alone.... Continue Reading →

The Real Business of Learning Evaluation

Thank you to Con Sotidis (@LearnKotch) and #OzLearn for inviting me to be part of their upcoming Nov 10, 2015 (8pm AEDT) Twitter Chat. I wish my L&D colleagues 'down unda' learn as much from my perspective as I expect to discover from them. Business leaders place Learning practitioners under tremendous pressure to demonstrate that... Continue Reading →

Don’t Drink the Learning Evaluation Kool-Aid!

Learning practitioners are taught early, or should I dare say brainwashed, to believe the ‘essential’ four levels of evaluation. Many of us refer to these levels as the Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Model and it has been a cornerstone in every learning event and also a foundation for many evaluation models that followed. But let’s be honest,... Continue Reading →

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