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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

Virtual Meeting – Learning & Development Measurement

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 “ Although large companies may spend tens of millions of dollars annually on training, very rarely do leaders get a clear picture of what they are getting in return. Evaluation may have become more of a ritual than a business improvement strategy”  ASTD 2009

What has changed?  Let’s level set   – ASTD reported that overall training spend in US organizational was $164 billion in 2012. What are we doing to enhance the integration and use of results-based measurement and dispel the notion that training measurement and evaluation is merely a ritual once and for all?

Our discussion will focus on using Talent Development Reporting Principles (TDRp) to measure, manage and communicate the learning contribution – as a core strategy to meet the demand for more timely, useful evidence to help drive the people investment. Specifically we will discuss:

  • The L&D Measurement Landscape – from Kirkpatrick to Big Data
  • From ‘Level 1’ to TDRp  – Why, What, How
  • Getting Started – pitfalls and best practices

Speaker Biography – Dawn Campbell-Borland, Senior Manager, Global Learning Performance Measurement
Dawn has been working in evaluation and learning for more than 15 years.   As leader of Global Learning performance measurement, her work with KPMG is focused on 1)practical measurement and evaluation – methods, tools, strategies and the social aspects of use
Dawn_Campbell-Borland_weband 2) the integration of monitoring/measurement systems to communicate and optimize the talent investment across Global L&D.  Specific areas of focus for Dawn include enhancing reporting/learning analytics, enabling organizational learning and the early detection and use of predictive insights.

Prior to joining KPMG in July 2013, Dawn worked for a TD Bank and in consulting managing complex health system evaluation projects and as a collaborator on multi-year Pan-Canadian studies.  She holds degrees from Western and McMaster and is a Director of the Board of the Canadian Evaluation Society.



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Date(s) - 19/02/2014
9:30 am - 11:00 am



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