AnalysisMaking the Case for Adaptive Learning

With so many tools and products available to corporate learning professionals, sifting through the ones that are most practical for an organization can be challenging. Budget considerations are always a concern, but learning leaders also should consider how learning programs affect the bottom line. Does the program decisively demonstrate how the organization is reducing cost? Conversely, can it show that learning initiatives drive revenue? Every other department can show the cause and effect of their work through statistical data. So how does that happen in learning and development? For more than 25 years, statistical data used to prove a program’s value has come from reporting standards based on AICC or SCORM outputs. But what does that sort of reporting reveal about behavioral change, return on investment or if learning even…


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