Research topic: measuring learning and development value

Hurst, Peter
January 2010
People Management;1/14/2010, p36
The article focuses on the findings of a survey on the impact of measuring learning and development (L&D). The respondents were asked to consider their more strategically important L&D activities. More than 20 percent of respondents suggested that they had significant skills within their function to properly evaluate learning. It cites the importance of identifying key business measures early.


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