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The most successful CLOs today run learning like a business. This means aligning learning to the business goals, carefully planning key programs and agreeing on measures of success, and then actively managing the programs to achieve the planned outcomes, effectiveness and efficiency. Talent Development Reporting Principles (TDRp) is a fast-growing, industry-led initiative designed help CLOs do just this — run learning like a business. TDRp introduces three common statements to organize outcome, effectiveness and efficiency measures, and three recommended reports for senior leaders to use in managing L&D, including one designed for the CEO. With the help of leading practitioners and industry thought leaders, TDRp answers the age-old questions in the context of running learning like a business:
What data should we collect and how should the measures be defined?
What do CLOs, CEOs and other senior leaders want to see and how should it be presented?
How can we show the important role learning plays in achieving organizational goals?
Join Dave Vance, former CLO for Caterpillar and author of The Business of Learning, to learn more about running learning like business and how TDRp can help. Vance, who is co-author of the TDRp papers, will provide an introduction to TDRp, including recommendations for categorizing measures and creating standard statements and reports. See how the principles of running learning like a business combined with the recommendations of TDRp can help you be a better and more strategic business partner in your organization, delivering the right outcomes with greater effectiveness and efficiency. For more information go to TDRprinciples.org.
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