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[Webinar] Creating a Modern Measurement Strategy
April 8 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
Friday, April 8
12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT
Most learning & development departments have a learning strategy, but many struggle with creating a comprehensive measurement strategy. They particularly have difficulty figuring out how to communicate the value of L&D to their organization’s business leaders.
Often, as we have discovered, we don’t lack for data. What we lack is a framework for synthesizing and communicating this data to tell the L&D success story.
Join us for this LTEN webinar as we help you create that framework. Steven Just, Ed.D., of Princeton Metrics and Jim Delaney of Modern Measurement Excellence will demonstrate, taking an analytics-based approach, how you can:
- Overcome common challenges and barriers that L&D teams face with implementing consistent and effective measurement activities.
- Apply modern research and practical techniques to create meaningful data insights.
- Implement a sustainable, scalable measurement framework that provides enhanced value to your organization.
- Deliver your L&D success story to leaders and stakeholders.
Register today for this free, LTEN webinar. (Not an LTEN member? Join today and realize the value.)Register
Presenter Steven Just, ED.D
Steven Just, ED.D., is the CEO of Princeton Metrics and CLO of Intela Learning, where he focuses on applying evidence-based practices to learning and assessment. Previously he was the founder and CEO of Pedagogue Solutions. After 25 years, Dr. Just sold Pedagogue to Saba, where he helped unify Pedagogue into the Saba Talent Management system and advised on assessment and learning strategy.
Dr. Just has a master’s degree in computer science, a doctorate in educational psychology and more than 25 years’ experience working with the world’s leading companies helping them to create learning and assessment strategies based on the latest research in cognitive science. Earlier in his career he worked at Bell Labs, where he did research on computer applications in learning and assessment.
He has taught hundreds of workshops and is a frequent speaker at professional conferences. He is a regular contributor to LTEN Focus on Training magazine.