Three Levers Of A Successful CLO

by Infopro Learning

As the benefits of investment in Learning and Development continue to be signaled to the market, Chief Learning Officers will be taking center-stage in the transformation of their organization.


With the spotlight on, these CLOs and other leaders of learning organizations will be measured across three core levers; transforming the business performance of learners, creating learning experiences that engage learners, and improving the operational efficiency of the organization.


This guide explains why these levers are important for the learning organization and the overall performance of a company.

Key Chapters

  1. Performance Transformation

    Over the past 4-5 years, organizations have just started to scratch the surface of the role that L&D has in performance transformation. It is up to the CLO to continue driving this issue center-stage.

  2. Learner Experience

    To ignore the learning experience is to ignore the largest customer base for CLOs, which naturally makes it an important metric for success. It is also an important metric for CLOs because it has an enormous impact on the return on investment for content production and procurement activities.

  3. Operational Efficiency

    For the CLO who is continuously asked to do more with less, creating more operational efficiency is crucial to the success of their entire department.

It’s safe to say the debate is over now. Successful learning and development can set a company apart from the competition, and these three levers are how successful Chief Learning Officers do it.

The position of a Chief Learning Officer gathers more responsibilities as Learning and Development gains bigger and bigger niche of the market. This is what makes an eBook titled “Three Levers Of A Successful CLO such an important read, in order for eLearning professionals to function at their best in and around this position. Performance transformation, learner experience and operational efficiency are the three levers being analyzed, providing tips to overtake the competition.

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Christopher Pappas
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