Getting Results -- The Questionmark Blog

We believe in promoting best practices in assessment and enjoy lively dialog about the important role assessments play in measuring learning and improving performance. Here you will find news about learning events, products, and trends in learning and assessment. We will also post technical pointers, case studies and advice about effective item writing, secure delivery, reporting, analyzing results and other essentials. The blog includes links to learning resources including white papers and podcast interviews with assessment professionals and experts on best practices.

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How is the SAP Global Certification program going? A re-interview with SAP’s manager of global certification, part 2.

Posted by Zainab Fayaz This is the second part of the two-part interview between, John Kleeman, Founder and Executive Director at Questionmark and Ralf Kirchgaessner, […]

How is the SAP Global Certification program going? A re-interview with SAP’s manager of global certification, part 1.

Posted by Zainab Fayaz Back in 2016, John Kleeman, Founder and Executive Director of Questionmark interviewed Ralf Kirchgaessner, Manager of SAP Global Certification program about […]

Q&A: Sue Martin and John Kleeman discuss steps to building a certification program

Posted by Zainab Fayaz Certification programs are a vital way of recognizing knowledge, skills and professional expertise, but, during a time of digital transformation, how […]

Q&A: Microlearning and the Role of Measurement in Learning and Development at Progressive

  Posted by Kristin Bernor Chris Gilbert is a Senior Instructional Designer for Progressive Insurance, one of the largest providers of insurance in the United […]

What time limit is fair to set for an online test or exam?

Posted by John Kleeman How do you know what time limit to set for a test or exam? I’m presenting a webinar on December 18th […]

What is the Single Best Way to Improve Assessment Security?

Posted by John Kleeman Assessment results matter. Society relies on certifications and qualifications granted to those who pass exams. Organizations take important decisions about people […]

How to Navigate Assessments through the GDPR Automated Decision-Making Rules

The GDPR has got a lot of publicity for its onerous consent requirements, large fines and the need to inform of data breaches. But there […]

Ten Tips to Translate Tests Thoughtfully

Posted by John Kleeman Tests and exams are used for serious purposes and have significant impact on people’s lives. If they are translated wrongly, it […]

The Nineteen Responsibilities of an Assessment Data Controller under the GDPR

Posted by John Kleeman Back in 2014,  Questionmark produced a white paper covering what at the time was a fairly specialist subject – what assessment […]

Six tips to increase reliability in competence tests and exams

Posted by John Kleeman Reliability (how consistent an assessment is in measuring something) is a vital criterion on which to judge a test, exam or […]

Special Briefing: Cloud-based Assessment Management for Government and Defense Agencies

Posted by Kristin Bernor In just two weeks, the special briefing about Questionmark OnDemand for Government, a new cloud-based service dedicated to the needs of U.S. […]

Judgement is at the Heart of nearly every Business Scandal: How can we Assess it?

How does an organization protect itself from serious mistakes and resultant corporate fines? An excellent Ernst & Young report on risk reduction explains that an […]

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