A Broken Record
BY MICHAEL E. ECHOLS, PH.D.
Posted: July 29, 2011
"Sounding like a broken record" is an antiquated adage in the digital age. And the broken record many learning leaders keep saying, "My CEO doesn't care about measurement" is just as outdated. According to a recent survey, 96 percent of CEOs want to know that learning programs are driving their organization's business measures. CEOs do care about measurement, but they often don't know how to ask for it. Learn what four key players must be present at the table to help link learning interventions to strategic business performance indicators.
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Michael E. Echols, Ph.D.
Executive Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and the Human Capital Lab, Bellevue University
Research By Michael E. Echols, Ph.D.:
From the Lab to Measurable Outcomes
The State of Learning
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