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    Introduction to Learning Measurement

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    Purpose of Measurement and Evaluation

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    Process of Training, Learning and Achieving Results

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    Methods of Measurement and Evaluation

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    Designing Measurement and Evaluation

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    Using Evaluation Results to Make a Difference

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Measuring and Evaluating Learning in the Knowledge Economy


Minds at Work

Program Overview

The only sustainable advantage in our hypercompetitive marketplace is the ability to learn and adapt faster than everyone else. Companies that cling to management practices of a bygone era continue to fade away. They desperately need managers who empower people to seek out learning at a moment's notice. In this online course, Stephen will share with you the purpose of measuring and evaluating learning in the knowledge economy. You will walk away with practical knowledge of why this is important in organizations, the different methods of doing it, how proficient should learning & development practitioners be in the field of technology or analytics, best way of presenting the information to the stakeholders, why we are held accountable for results, how to design measurement and evaluation for your organization and using the results to make a difference. Stephen J. Gill is the co-owner of www.learningtobegreat.com, a marketplace for organizational learning tools, and also owner and principal of Stephen J. Gill Consulting. Steve's expertise is in creating learning cultures in organizations and measuring the impact of learning and performance improvement interventions. He has done this work for more than 25 years, since leaving the faculty of the University of Michigan, School of Education. He has written extensively about these topics. His most recent books are Getting More From Your Investment in Training: The 5As Framework, published by RealTime Performance in 2009, Developing a Learning Culture in Nonprofit Organizations, published by Sage Publications in 2010, and Communication in High Performance Organizations: Principles and Best Practices, published as Kindle ebook in 2011. Steve also posts regularly on the Performance Improvement Blog. He serves his community as an elected trustee of Washtenaw Community College. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Steve is the co-author of Minds at Work (2017) and developed assessments for measuring the learning culture of organizations and their readiness to move from the previous way of managing and learning to the methods and practices required for success in this new knowledge economic environment.


Course Info

  • 7 modules

  • 1.2 hours

  • Beginner

  • Measurement/Analytics