SMM102 Using Learning Data to Predict Workplace Success
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Tuesday, March 27
Expo Hall: Management & Measurement Stage
You already know the value of tying your people development activities back to the “holy grail” question: “Did anybody even use the thing?” But, at times, that can be a daunting task fraught with pitfalls and challenges that often make people resort to a “happy sheet” or “tick in the box.” There must be a better way!
In this case study session, you’ll learn about a process that designers undertook to identify the correlation, if any, between the way people behaved during an online development program and how they applied what they had learned back in their workplace. While the specific outcomes from this research highlight a specific L&D topic, the process is of broader interest, as it will give you insight into how you can make that all-important connection between learning and application.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to apply the Brinkerhoff Success Case Method in your own context
- How to bridge the gap between input (learning) and output (performance)
- How xAPI can provide valuable insights into audience behavior
- How you can use these insights to enhance and enrich your design and facilitation, as well as provide evidence of the impact of your people development activity
Novice to advanced designers, managers, directors, and senior leaders (VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
Curatr, Learning Locker, xAPI, Google Forms, and Skype.
Customer Success Manager
Craig Taylor, a customer success manager for HT2 Labs, has been involved in the training/L&D field since 1993, when he cut his teeth in the training-delivery world while serving in the British Army. His subsequent learning and development roles have been in the rail, nuclear, healthcare, and financial sectors, where he has worked to help organizations understand the value that current and emerging technologies can bring.