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Business leaders consider learning and development (L&D), e-learning, m-learning, and LMS initiatives as investments because they call for tangible financial requirements, including technology and supporting infrastructure. Trying to convince them to support your programs based only on qualitative factors or applying an unrecognizable L&D investment evaluation tool is not enough. Proper business and financial justification is required. In this session, you will learn how to build a comprehensive financial evaluation to support any type of e-learning or m-learning related initiative. You will see how relevant ROI tools, such as cost-volume-profit, breakeven, and net-present-value, can be used to evaluate a learning technology investment and differentiate between long-term L&D investments and training expense. Ensure leaders' buy-in by addressing their financial concerns, and show qualitative results by presenting a complete business case.