There was a time when it was sufficient for Learning and Development to deliver a program that people rated highly and where they learning a lot. That is still necessary. But it is no longer sufficient to ensure continued funding.
In the current economic climate, training and development has to consistently produce positive business impact to compete successfully for resources. The goal posts have moved; delivering great learning is only the beginning. On-the-job results are the new finish line. The job of corporate learning is not done until measurable results are delivered.
To reach the new finish line, training and development professionals need new processes and tools to ensure more effective follow-through and learning transfer. In this lively and interactive session Andrew Jefferson, co-author of The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning and Getting Your Money's Worth from Training and Development, will explain what expectations have changed and what it will take to successfully reach the new finish line.
Andrew will focus on the six disciplines practiced by highly effective learning organizations that drive follow-through and learning transfer. Each discipline provides a key to unlocking effective execution, strategic implementation, and increased return on learning investments.