Learning and development professionals today are constantly asked to prove the value of any training program – whether it’s to implement a brand new program, or to justify the continuance of a longstanding one. Here, you’ll find the basics about evaluation (such as Kirkpatrick’s four levels), a the discussion into measuring return-on-investment (ROI), and also the unique perspective of what CEOs are interested in when it comes to measuring and evaluating training programs.
This collection includes an extensive library of examples, ideas for different activities, and all the how-tos and methods you need to prove the value of training and training results on the job. And one of the benefits of a collection such as this is that you can read it from front to back, or start wherever you like!
Looking for a single Training Delivery title? This collection includes chapters and passages from the following books and Infolines:
- The ASTD Handbook for Measuring and Evaluating Training by Patricia Pulliam Phillips, editor
- ASTD Handbook for Workplace Learning Professionals by Elaine Biech, editor
- Evaluation Basics by Donald V. McCain
- Measuring for Success by Jack J. Phillips and Patricia Pulliam Phillips
- Quick! Show Me Your Value by Theresa Seagraves
- Infoline, “Basic Statistics for Trainers” by Jean Houston Shore
- T+D magazine “The Hidden Power of Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels” by Jim Kirkpatrick
- T+D magazine “Quantifiable Evidence” by Dan Sussman