Learning data is collected from an individual’s learning actions, behavior, and context. In order to make learning analysis and the measurement of learning impact on business possible, learning data should be brought together with behavioral data, HR data, talent data, performance metrics and business data. The insights that stem from combining these sources, require analytical skills and cross-department collaboration.
According to a study by Learning Analysts at Towards Maturity, 51% [of L&D professionals] say they cannot use data effectively due to L&D lacking in-house data skills. Despite L&D investing in technology, the data that technology collects is not being fully utilized to improve both performance and experience. Moreover, learning leaders need to find ways to connect their work to the company’s strategic objectives.
Leveraging data to make decisions about learning can help optimize your time, money, and efforts as well as be an influential tool when discussing with stakeholders. Join this webinar with Lori-Niles Hoffman and Amanda Nolen, Co-Founders of NilesNolen, and Jari Järvelä, Chief Visionary Officer at Valamis, and you will learn:
Recorded: 18th of October 2022
Duration: 1 hour