Measuring Organizational Learning: Going Beyond Measuring Individual Training Programs
Whenever the subject of measuring learning comes up in discussions, particularly within corporate circles, the conversation inevitably moves to the Kirkpatrick Four Levels model.
From there it often migrates to the question of establishing the Return on Investment (ROI) of training and attempts at using models designed for business finance to attribute the success of the training program in question to the success of the corporation.
The fact that such attempts negate other environmental varia...
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