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Dates and Venue

 

3-4 May 2023 | ExCeL London

 

T2S3 - Learning impact

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T2S3 - Learning impact

04 May 2022
Conference Theatre 2
Programme implementation , AI, data, analytics and impact , Tools and technologies
If you want to ensure your learning programmes are effective, you’ll need a measure of impact. That could come from using a complex methodology, but increasingly it comes from using data intelligently to correlate learning and performance activity. Beyond that, using data can also make the learning itself much, much more effective.

 

Using data to support higher-impact learning
Matthew Ash
Matthew Johnston
Mikaela Green
Nigel Paine

As L&D professionals become more familiar with the use of data, new possibilities open up. The data on learning at work no longer stops at simply knowing how many people attended a course. It includes understanding how behaviours are changing after a range of learning events. And data can drive effective personalisation of learning paths and adaptive delivery. The impacts of these smarter uses of data include faster time to competence, reduced course drop-out rates and increased efficiency. In this session find out how organisations are seeing success with these approaches right now.

  • Real-world examples of putting data to work
  • Improving impact through data-driven adaptive learning
  • How to get buy-in from all stakeholders
  • Going beyond surface-level data
  • The value in correlations

 

Chairperson
Claire Doody, Founder + Principal Consultant - Work In Motion
Speakers
Nigel Paine, Managing Director - Nigel Paine.Com ltd
Matthew Johnston, Training Capability Solutions Lead - Babcock International Ltd
Mikaela Green, Group Head of Training Capability - Babcock International Ltd
Matthew Ash, Training Research Experimentalist - Babcock International Ltd

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