How to Measure the Impact of Learning In the Midst of Competing Priorities

While human resources (HR) and learning and development (L&D managers) have similar responsibilities such as onboarding new employees, and ensuring education goals and or requirements, the nature of their respective roles often leads to competing priorities. And because every company differs in the way their HR department operates, this can lead to a variety of tasks that can complicate each other. Not to mention, far too many businesses don’t even have a human resources department, let alone staff dedicated to learning and development. Often, the operations manager is in charge of both.

For the sake of clarity, let us examine the differences between the two.

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