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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators
9Mar/160

How to use Analytics to Demonstrate the Value of Learning Investments

VIRTUAL MEETING – see below for login details.

Learning professionals have constantly sought out ways to demonstrate the value of their contribution to the organization and substantiate the returns for the money invested in learning.  A lot of great work has been done to understand the process by which learning impacts organizational results.  With recent advances in analytics technology it is becoming faster and easier to gather, analyse and present results that link learning activities to organizational outcomes.

In this webinar you will learn about:

  • How modern technology is changing the workforce intelligence game
  • What is required to build a modern workforce analytics program – which includes learning
  • Examples of the analyses being used to demonstrate value from learning interventions
  • How to get started using analytics to demonstrate the value of learning

Speaker BiographyOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Ian Cook is an internationally recognized speaker and writer on the topic of workforce analytics. He started his career as a learning professional and over 20 years has focused on how workforce practices impact organizational results. For the last 8 years he has been driving forward evidence-based HR practices, through work in benchmarking and his role as a product manager for Visier.  Ian is an engaging presenter, and his sessions are both enlightening and practical.

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1-866-668-0721 Call-in toll-free number
Conference Code: 416 809 6563

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/03/2016
9:30 am - 11:00 am

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