Measuring learning has always been a challenge for organizations, and we often hear the same reasons as to why:

“We don’t have access to the data.”
“We don’t know where to start.”
“It’s not a priority.”

Once upon a time, surveys, completions and test scores were just enough to get by. Not anymore. Today, the realities of workplace data have changed. Every business function is expected to apply data to guide their decision-making and validate the impact of their work. The inability to leverage data has left L&D open to scrutiny and limited our ability to take advantage of new technologies. Simply stated: if L&D does not fix measurement, it cannot move forward.

Join JD Dillon, Chief Learning Architect with Axonify, and David Wentworth, Principal Analyst with Brandon Hall Group, for a frank, practical conversation on how L&D can improve its data practices. We’ll discuss proven principles L&D can borrow from their friends in Marketing to evolve their tactics and introduce data-rich strategies. We’ll explore real-world examples from organizations that are applying data in new ways to improve their employee support. After this session, you will be able to confidently answer the question “can you really measure the impact of learning?”

Presenter details.

JD Dillon
JD Dillon

Chief Learning Architect, Axonify

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Date: April 22, 2020
Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm (est)

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