The Value of Conducting a Needs Analysis—Part 3: Existing Needs

Welcome to this final post in our needs analysis blog post series. In case you missed it, in part 1, I explained how a needs analysis can save lives (well, sort of). In part 2, I walked you through a strategic-level needs analysis and how to plan for the future. In this post, I am going to show how to handle existing training needs at the individual project level.

This type of analysis should be completed on every learning project, yet it often gets missed or overlooked. My theory: People confuse project-level analysis with the strategic-level analysis and assume it will be time-consuming and complex. In reality, it’s extremely easy and straightforward to do—in fact, I’ve even written a playbook on how to get it done.

Let’s take a closer look.

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