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Learning Analytics – From Reactive to Predictive

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Overview
While the term Learning Analytics has been around for some time, it has been mostly restricted to data collecting from the Learning Management Systems such as completions data. Learning analytics has to evolve beyond simply reporting to making predictions. We discuss current trends in Learning Analytics and how xAPI, Artificial Intelligence will impact Learning Analytics.

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sarajit-poddar-learningcafe-150x150 Learning Analytics - From Reactive to Predictive Featured LearningCafe Webinars Vanessa-Blewitt-LearningCafe-100 Learning Analytics - From Reactive to Predictive Featured LearningCafe Webinars Jeevan-Joshi Learning Analytics - From Reactive to Predictive Featured LearningCafe Webinars
Sarajit Poddar – Workforce Planning & Analytics SME at Ericsson
Vanessa Blewitt – Global Transformation Lead – Learning Intelligence and Effectiveness at Nestle
Jeevan Joshi – Founder – LearningCafe & CapabilityCafe
We discuss

Why Learning data needs from a reactive mode of collecting completion information to using predictive data to make Learning more effective.
How xAPI and other emerging standards provide a platform for better analytics but have implementation challenges.
The opportunities to link learning analytics with business outcomes.
How Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning will demand better Learning Analytics.

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Learning Analytics – From Reactive to Predictive

  1. 1. Thurs, 1 March 2018, 1 - 2 pm, Sydney Ways to participate: • Q&A Box - comment, whinge & opinions • Twitter Backchannel - @lrncafe #learningportals Learning Analytics – From Reactive to Predictive Knowledge Sharing Better Practices Experienced Panel
  2. 2. Introductions Bayer Belong CBA Cbus Super Fund Cognizant Technology solutions DHS Dimension Data Director Education Domain Group e3Learning Eastern Health Ericsson Fairfax Media Fuse Universal GPC AP Harvey NOrman Herbert Smith Freehills Hofffman Consulting Hostplus IAG IAP2 Idaho State University IMC AG Instructure Inc JB Consulting JLT LearnD LearnGeek Learning Measurement Advisory Services Legg Mason Lever Transfer if Learning Registrations 100+ 62+ Organisations 2 Vanesa Blewitt Global Transformation Lead - Learning Intelligence & Effectiveness Nestle Macquarie Bank MCI Melbourne Business School NAB Nestle Northern Health Open Colleges Pepper Group Limited Presence of IT PSC Qantas QBE Rio Tinto Satellite Savv-e Pty Ltd SeertechSolutions SimGHOSTS simPRO SimTabs Skillsoft Sonic Clinical Services Sprout Labs Squiz Standards Australia Suncorp TAL Telstra Thiess University of Limerick Westpac Sarajit Poddar Workforce Planning & Analytics Ericsson, Singapore Ericsson Jeevan Joshi LearnD and LearningCafe
  3. 3. Thought Leadership Webinar Discussions UnConference Blog Magazine Coffee Catch Ups Capability Building Workshops Community of Professionals with a focus on implementing ideas Building Capability 4
  4. 4. Next Gen Skills Workshop @learningcafe.com.au 4 Making Agile Work for Learning Content Curation for Learning Foundations of Capability Management http://learningcafe.com.au/category/workshops/
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  8. 8. Vanessa Blewitt 8 Global Transformation Lead – Learning Intelligence & Effectiveness Nestle
  9. 9. L&D: means to an end…not the end The end: RESULTS for individuals, teams, organisations Learning Effectiveness: Learning that delivers tangible business value …Including data driven insights to inform decisions and actions Learning Effectiveness & Learning Analytics: Setting the Scene
  10. 10. “Typical” Pre- 2015 Pione er & Pilot (internatio nal Training Centre) 2015- 2016 Go- Live in ITC 2017 GLOBAL 2018- 2020 Training Events Success looks like: Our Journey Pre* During Post Learning Journeys Process + Measures * Higher impact development solutions Success looks like: + WHY & WHAT RESULTS: Alignment > Application > Gaps Closed > Value added to WoW During Industrialised Insights Inform decisions & actions  L&D: Design & Deliver  Business: Plan, Prepare & Participate
  11. 11. Example: Current Reporting • Focus = development solutions • Reporting = Learning journeys • Insights provide opportunities for L&D + Business • De-emphasise Reaction • Different level of detail for different stakeholders
  12. 12. Organisation / Employee / Development Solution / Time Distribution by Learning Object Type Appraisal * Rating Application of learning on the Job Added Value to Ways of Working 25% 33% 12% 30% % Learners Active eLearnin g Virtual Population Participation # # & % Available Accessed# # & % Registered Completed # # & % Name Type % total learners Xxx XX nn Xxx nn Name Type % appraisal Xxx XX nn Xxx nn Name Type % application Xxx XX nn Xxx nn Name Type added value Xxx XX nn Xxx nn Name Type % total learners Xxx XX nn Xxx nn Name Type % appraisal Xxx XX nn Xxx nn Name Type % application Xxx XX nn Xxx nn Name Type added value Xxx XX nn Xxx nn TOP 10 BOTTOM 10 4.3 3 3.7 4.1 72 73 86 89 28 27 14 11% Did Not Apply % Applied 48504962 %… Elearning Video Classroom Learne r Development Solutions Learning Experiences Did they choose it? Did they like it? Did they use it? Did it add value? Under Development
  13. 13. Behind the Scenes: Making it Happen Challenges • Data: Multiple sources @multiple moments + calculations & comparisons • Data: alignment, quality, volumes & management • People: What do I do with it? > How do I get it? > What about this? Collaborators • MANY! • Shared service, Vendors, ISIT, Analytics, L&D, Business Actions • Developed Learning Effectiveness Framework: standardize process & measures • Scale & Scope applied via Learning Effectiveness Types: according to expected impact • Hackathon
  14. 14. What does success look like? START with the end in mind Alignment Link to individual, team & organization needs Alignment to PDP / OMP Results For Individual, team, organization Application Value added Development Gaps Closed Organization KPIs Readiness To apply learning on the job Commitment Confidence Assessments Reaction To learning experience Star rating Net Promoter Score Engagement Design or Prepare for Learning Experience (expected) Operational Efficiency of T&L Processes Deliver or Participate in Learning Experience (actual) Process and Measures to inform decisions and actions for learning effectiveness Learning Effectiveness Framework: Standardised Approach
  15. 15. Learning Effectiveness Types: Scale & Scope LH Activities: Measures: HH Activities: Measures: LL Activities: Measures: HL Activities: Measures: Learning Effectiveness Types for DS 2.ORGANIZATIONIMPACT 1. INDIVIDUAL / TEAM IMPACT Higher Lower Higher Skills Behaviours E.g. Factory SOPs, Compliance E.g. Coaching, Leadership programs E.g. Office applications E.g. Resilience, Time Management Automatic assignment of relevant standardised communications, enablers, measures, reports
  16. 16. Decisions and Actions based on Intelligence L&D Vendor follow-up Evolved development solutions: development objectives, modalities, enablers Demonstrated tangible business value of learning Select and deploy development solutions according to demonstrated effectiveness Business Leverage success 1>many pilots > new ways of working (?) Increased engagement with learning effectiveness
  17. 17. • Learning and Development is not always the answer • Measures alone are not enough o Start with the WHY, Help with the HOW • Everyone has a view: keep it as tight as possible but DO get key stakeholder buy-in • Looking beyond L&D does not = ownership • Correlation not Causation • Walk before you run o Consistent measures > Correlations > Predictive analytics Final thoughts
  18. 18. Sarajit Poddar 18 Workforce Planning & Analytics Ericsson, Singapore
  19. 19. Predictive Analytics in L&D THOUGHTS FROM A PEOPLE ANALYTICS PROFESSIONAL
  20. 20. The Worlds Most Valuable Resource The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data - The economist
  21. 21. Data vs. Opinion "If we have data, let’s look at data. If all we have are opinions, let’s go with mine." -Jim Barksdale, former Netscape CEO
  22. 22. The exponential growth of Data The data volumes are exploding, more data has been created in the past two years than in the entire previous history of the human race.
  23. 23. The Current State Much Effort goes into Creating Reports Dashboards are not effective in giving insights Widespread misconception about Reporting vs. Analytics How many times do they give us information on trend and guide us towards and action? How many of them aren’t just elegant reporting. Do they tell us our strengths and weaknesses, and where we should focus? What is stopping us from changing the status quo? Do they evolve over time?
  24. 24. Transitioning the focus from HR to Business HR Process Focus Business Focus Lets review some areas- 1. What the Organizations competence needs in next 1 year, 3 years and 5 years 2. What is the savings potential on Cost of Learning Vendors? 3. What curriculum have the most significant impact on the company’s topline or bottom-line?
  25. 25. The Approach! Making sense of Existing Data Look for new ways of capturing Data Scan for Trend in the existing Data. Look for key learning Unstructured data captured in Surveys, descriptions in performance appraisal What is stopping us from changing the status quo? Consider Predictive Analytics
  26. 26. The Art and Science of Prediction Identify variables that impact the outcome Learn from existing data Predict and Validate Identify correlation between the factors that might influence the outcome and the outcome Train a machine learning algorithm on the past data Use the machine learning algorithm to predict a future outcome, and wait for that to occur
  27. 27. A Prediction Scenario What Learning curriculum will be effective for a candidate who is recently promoted to a Leadership role in a particular country, in a certain business line, in a certain function, having certain years of experience?
  28. 28. Some thoughts!  What competencies make good leaders in the organization?  What Learning Program were taken by those having marked improvement in performance?  Can you predict the outcome of a learning curriculum on the performance of the participant?  What learning programs are suited for those identified as successors of leadership or other critical positions?  Which learning vendor will have a higher likelihood of having a positive impact on a new learning curriculum?
  29. 29. Final Thoughts! Business Strategy Analytics is a cross disciplinary approach. It neither starts nor ends with us! Workforce Strategy & Planning Talent Acquisition Learning & Development Talent Management Total Rewards People outcome Business Outcome
  30. 30. Jeevan Joshi 30
  31. 31. 31 Why is there plenty of completion reporting and very little analytics happening ? We are using mandatory learning operating system in a world of discretionary learning.
  32. 32. Takeaways 32 Predictive analytics will play an important role in discretionary learning. The very nature of discretionary learning make learning analytics difficult to implement. You need really large amounts of robust date for things like AI and Machine Learning. There is cost to measure. Not all learning needs to be measured as long as it is consumed.
  33. 33. Organisational Learning is shifting away from mandatory Learning http://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html Compliance Technical Training etc. Behaviour Productivity Innovation Culture MandatorylearningDiscretionarylearning Source : Jeevan Joshi, LearningCafe
  34. 34. Competitive Advantage Mandatory Easy to Measure Difficult to Measure Compliance Technical Training etc. Innovation Culture Behaviour Productivity Current L&D world What business needs What business gets Source : Jeevan Joshi, LearningCafe
  35. 35. Source : Jeevan Joshi, LearningCafe
  36. 36. Expanding Learning Footprint is a challenge 36 Online Courses on LMS + Webinar Classroom Courses/ Online Coaching On Job Activities (competence demo) Assessments/surveys (e.g. survey monkey) Simulation Performance Support Tool Secondment Intranet – Videos/podcasts Discussion Boards (COP)(yammer) Wiki On job activities (Perf Management) Discussions Team meetings (learning component) Other business systems MOOCs External courses Formal Education (Degrees) Formal Collaborative Program with Unis Memberships/prof bodies Formal mentoring programs Certifications/exams Social Media Youtube Facebook Website – HBR Any web resource External COP Coffee conversations Formality Sources Internal Informal External Formal Source : Jeevan Joshi, LearningCafe Controlled Environment
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  38. 38. Layers of Tin Can Onion 38 Layer 1 • Modern version of SCORM Layer 2 • Record any learning experience Layer 3 • Frees data from LMS Layer 4 • Correlate job performance and training data http://tincanapi.com/the-layers-of-tin-can/ Happening Aspirational Technical Strategic Low readiness Maturity /capability
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  40. 40. Learning Café View Time ->2016 Now 2020 Face to Face Online Learning – Legacy /compliance approach Online Learning – Next Gen (VR,AR, Social) Predictive analytics Self Organising Learning Tin Can L&D Capability Jump 3 L&D Capability Jump 2 L&D Capability Jump 1 ????
  41. 41. Professional Development Framework for the Next Gen L&D - Where do I start? 41 Business Partnership Project Management L&D Theory Analysis Design Development Implementation Evaluation DigitalAcumen ConsultingApproach BusinessAcumen Agile&DesignThinking Emerging Tech Start Up/ Entrepreneurship Knowledge Management Workforce/HR Trends Emerging Research in Management Industry Knowledge Capability Management Existing Capability Next Gen Capability Scaffolding Awareness
  42. 42. Takeaways 42 Predictive analytics will play an important role in discretionary learning The very nature of discretionary learning make learning analytics difficult to implement. You need really large amounts of robust date for things like AI and Machine Learning. There is cost to measure. Not all learning needs to be measured as long as it is consumed.
  43. 43. www.learningcafe.com.au lrncafe http://bit.ly/lcafefb blogs learning conversations free resources workshops UnConference Sydney Melbourne Webinar recording, ebooks, L&D frameworks Building Effective Employee Social Networks 43 Ideas@work Collaborations
  44. 44. Next Steps Join Special Interest Community Attend Workshops Attend UnConference Melbourne Brisbane LearningCafe LinkedIn Subgroup Register interest www.learningcafe.com.au Register interest www.learningcafe.com.au Or send us an email - enquiry@learningcafe.com.au 44

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