Four Steps to Identify the Effort and Cost of Learning Interventions

As a learning consultant, I get an opportunity to meet clients from across the globe that have requirements of learning interventions in their organization. As we propose solutions to their requirements or challenges they are facing - one key point in every discussion is “the cost”.

I have seen different organizations to have their own standards and metrics to calculate the cost. So I have tried to segregate and simplify this process to calculate the effort and cost in these four simple steps:

Step 1 - Identify the type of learning intervention required

Step 2 - Identify the total effort required

Step 3 - Identify the resource mix required

Step 4 - Arrive at total cost and write assumptions

Step 1 - Identify the type of learning intervention required

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