Evidence-based learning: it’s time to show what works

For too long, learning and development (L&D) practitioners have claimed that what they do is too subjective to be measured. But business leaders want to see more of why learning interventions work, and savvy organisations are embracing this. Roisin Woolnough investigates.

“It’s fantastic.” “Everyone loves it.” “I don’t know why, but it just works.” For too long now, learning and development departments have relied on statements such as these to make important training decisions. L&D has also trotted out these same statements to validate and communicate results to the business and even the board.

 

 

Curated from www.personneltoday.com

OK, so this was written by one half of the LearnPatch team, but I still think there are some useful insights here from L&D practitioners.

   

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