Addressing employee skills gaps is a high priority for executives, especially with many employees leaving their current roles as part of the Great Resignation. Workplace learning is a vital initiative to help address these concerns. But it’s not always easy for learning and development (L&D) and technical leaders to draw the connection between always-on employee learning opportunities and tangible business outcomes.
The typical metrics associated with a learning program’s success often focus on usage, which doesn’t really represent the deep impact learning can have on the business. To make a case for learning and position themselves as strategic advisors to the company, learning leaders must articulate how their initiatives tie to significant, organization-wide results.
In this ebook, L&D and tech leaders will learn:
- Which learning-related business outcomes executives care about most.
- How to build a learning strategy that delivers clear business outcomes.
- Why standard learning metrics aren’t indicative of the impact learning has on organizations.