Square peg. Round hole. This is the problem with learning measurement.
The most well-known learning measurement models have been around for decades, and yet the industry continues to struggle with its measurement practices. We’re great with surveys. We have plenty of test scores. We know who completed the training, how long they took and what they clicked along the way. But most learning and development teams still cannot answer critical stakeholder questions: Is the training actually working? Which tactics are having the greatest impact? Why should we invest more resources into employee development?