Organisations put considerable time, money and energy into delivering learning, yet real insight into its impact remains elusive.
Most companies do a good job tracking who completed what training, but that doesn’t tell the whole story nor determine learning’s ROI.
That problem is exacerbated when we consider activities outside of traditional, formal learning programmes. Informal and experiential learning does not fit into traditional measurement frameworks of hours spent and completion rates.
To get a better handle on the kinds of learning interactions that are used more frequently, organisations need a new view of learning measurement and the tools that make it possible. A learning record store (LRS) is a tool designed for tracking and measuring any and all learning experiences.
This eBook looks at how companies can adopt a more mature approach to learning analytics, which can help take their performance to the next level by helping them track the kinds of learning that happens in self-starting, ground-up organisational cultures.