HOW TO… calculate the return on L&D

Bird, Hedda
June 2010
People Management;6/3/2010, p31
The article discusses how to assess the success of a learning and development (L&D) programme. It examines the return on investment (ROI) of L&D initiatives. It cites the three major reasons in offering L&D, namely, compliance, core skills development and creating competitive advantage. It also shows how to calculate the ROI of such L&D programmes.


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