How to Create a Collaborative Approach to Measuring Learning Impact

For delivering learning content, L&D has the luxury to choose from a list of modalities. Be it mobile learning, micro-learning, or even an ILT, each modality offers its own benefits over the other. But you prefer the one that provides long-term value despite the momentary benefits. 

So, how do you know you made the right decision? 

By measuring business impact. 

But the problem is, only a few learning and development (L&D) leaders know what and how to measure. Majority of them lack in-house data skills and resources, so their tools go unused. 

79% of CEOs believe that this skill-gap may threaten the future growth of organizations. CEOs want results and assurance to show the impact of learning and development (L&D) in preparing their workforces for future, but barriers exist. The problem isn’t learning measurement—it’s their perception of L&D’s worth in the business. 

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