Presenting an effective business case for a workplace learning solution is critical not only for securing support and budget, but also for establishing a continuous culture of learning in your company that creates meaningful business outcomes.
Creating and delivering a persuasive business case for learning requires an investment of time and effort — but there’s a worthwhile payoff. According to the Association for Talent Development, top-performing companies are nearly five times more likely than low-performers to have learning cultures. And they’re almost twice as likely to say their learning functions help them meet overall business goals — like growth, revenue, and retention.
This tactical, step-by-step guide will help you create a strong business case for an integrated learning solution at your company. Download the guide to learn how to create the essential components of a business case, including:
- An executive summary
- The problem statement
- Supportive research and data
- Financial projections
- And more…