Measuring Learning

Kee Meng Yeo
February 2010
Leadership Excellence;Feb2010, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p14
The author discusses the 5-Pillars model in measuring the quality of learning. He addresses the question of the reach of learning opportunities using metrics that include the percentage of all learning programs. He explores learner satisfaction using an employee opinion survey that tracks how their personal growth and development needs are being met. The author also examines the cost effectiveness of learning investments by measuring how much is accomplished with the resource and budget.


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