Published: October 29, 2018

Your Input Needed: Help Measure The Business Impact Of Learning

Third annual LEO Learning and Watershed survey aims to benchmark industry progress in measuring organisational Learning and Development.

LEO Learning

Jared Orlin

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Take Part In The 2019 Measuring The Business Impact Of Learning Survey

Global organisations are invited to express their experiences and challenges in corporate Learning and Development by taking part in LEO Learning and Watershed’s third annual cross-sector survey on measuring the business impact on learning.

The Measuring Business Impact of Learning survey aims to inform L&D professionals on trends regarding measuring the effectiveness of corporate training investments in the midst of budget and leadership pressures.

“As organisations continue to use data for decision making, it is increasingly important to measure the impact and value of corporate Learning and Development programmes,” said Piers Lea, Chief Strategy Officer. “LEO Learning and Watershed’s survey helps identify and benchmark progress in this area. We can now see excellent case studies emerging showing that a big data approach is transformational both for learning design but also a route to secure future L&D budget because effectiveness can now be proven.”

Last year’s survey revealed a 71% increase in L&D departments that reported feeling executive pressure to measure their corporate learning programmes. Among the respondents, 96% were prioritising learning measurement for 2018 and beyond.

By completing the five-minute survey, respondents will be entered into a draw to win one of three complimentary LEO Learning workshops focused on measuring the business impact of learning. The workshop is designed to help organisations understand and create a strategy for measuring learner engagement, including using predictive analytics and a big data approach to measure learning’s impact.

Approximately 700 global organisations have participated in LEO Learning’s surveys on measuring the business impact of learning in the past two years.

The survey closes on 25th November. The complete results will be available on LEO Learning in early February. Respondents can also see live results after completing the survey.

Click here to take the Measuring Business Impact of Learning survey.

To learn more about establishing a learning measurement strategy, read LEO Learning Insight, “How to define your business impact measurement strategy.”

About LEO Learning

LEO Learning believes that technology-enabled learning innovation has the power to deliver transformational results. Our purpose is to help clients deploy learning technology to deliver outcomes precisely aligned to their business goals. Backed by more than 30 years of experience, we design engaging learning architectures that fit seamlessly into businesses and improve performance throughout the entire organisation.

LEO Learning has the deep understanding of learning design and technology, and pioneering creative approach, necessary to drive learning transformation.

LEO Learning’s expanding global customer base includes organisations such as the NHS, Civil Service Learning, Jaguar Land Rover, Volvo, Suncorp, Virgin Atlantic, Novartis, Godiva, Volkswagen, Dunhill, KPMG, Roche and Mars.

LEO Learning is part of Learning Technologies Group plc’s award-winning group of specialist learning technology businesses.

About Watershed

Watershed helps corporate training and learning departments better align their initiatives with business goals. Our comprehensive learning analytics technology measures training effectiveness, performance improvement, and business impact to help maximize investments in learning.

Made possible by xAPI, Watershed enables users to explore all their learning and performance data in one place and measure how L&D is impacting their organizations.

Watershed has experience working with clients such as Visa, Google, Yum! Brands, and Bridgestone, just to name a few.

For more, contact info(at)watershedlrs(dot)com