Use these five methods to strategically present data to stakeholders.
Go beyond smile sheets and ad-hoc feedback to demonstrate the rich value of virtual learning.
Your Groundbreaking Framework for Measurement and Reporting Most people find measurement, analytics, and reporting dauntingand LD professionals are no different. Measurement Demystified: Creating Your LD Measurement, Analytics, and Reporting Strategy is a much-needed and welcomed resource that breaks new ground with a framework to simplify the discussion of measurement, analytics, and reporting as it relates to LD and talent development practitioners.
Based on a survey of 1,911 talent development professionals, the report identifies the median base salary of individuals working in talent development, as well as non-base pay such as bonuses and incentive pay. 2019 Talent Development Salary and Benefits Report provides a picture of the talent development profession, offering information on professionals experience in the field, educational background, role responsibilities, and more.
Analytics is no longer just about finding interesting information and flagging it for managers. Enter predictive and prescriptive analytics. Historically, talent development leaders have focused on delivering and analyzing descriptive analytics, which examine past performance to help gain a good understanding of how something happened. This foundation has paved the way for predictive analytics, which turns data into valuable, actionable information.
In my last post about feedback, I discussed how research shows that feedback can improve learning. Hattie and Timperley (2007) explain that feedback helps learning most when it deals with three specific learning problems: Now that we know the kind of feedback that most improves learning, lets discuss what research tells us we should include in feedback.