On Talent Development Reporting principles

Have you learned anything new today? The odds are that if you are reading this, you have internet access, so you must have come across at least one piece of new information, a video, or a short post by one of your friends.

How much have you learned since you had your morning coffee? That’s a tough question if you are not a student before an exam and know precisely how many pages you have gone through and how much there still is to cover. And even in that very particularly unique circumstance, it would be very difficult to quantify.

And that’s one of the problems corporate L&D faces – accounting for how much employees have learned and, more importantly, how well.

There is an acute need for standards in this field and that’s where the idea to design some Talent Development Reporting principles (TDRp) came from.

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