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Organizational Learning Analytics Masterclass Optimize Training Return on Investment (ROI) Through Strategic Evaluations of Training Effectiveness for Improved Business Results! Dubai • 12 & 13 December 2011 Using Ron’s Measurement and ROI Process, Workshop Graduates Returned to Their Organization and Evaluated the Business Outcomes and Return on Investment (ROI) of Speciﬁc Training Solutions. Sample Results: Type of Intervention Business Outcome ROI Leadership development Reduced employee turnover by 25% 67% program for high potential Reduced replacement costs by 15% Course Facilitator: leaders Mr. Ron Drew Stone Sales training solution for Increased new sales by 6%. Revenue 55% President sales force increase of 8% in service department Centre for Performance and ROI Customer care training Reduced complaints 30%. Improved 39% Certiﬁed Change Consultant solution customer satisfaction scores by 4 basis Certiﬁed ROI Professional (CRP) points Interpersonal skills for call 12% increase in customer retention 87% HR Trade Mark Developments: center 35% reduction in customer complaints • Measurement and ROI Process™ • Performance Alignment and Linkage Process™ • Situational Needs Assessment Capitalize on expert knowledge to gain maximum value Process™ on these vital issues DETERMINE the timing of data collection and select proper data collection instrumentsAuthor of LEARN the key decision points in making a go / no go decision to assign monetary• The Real Value of Training: Measuring and values to business outcome improvements Analyzing Business Outcomes and the Quality CALCULATE the fully-loaded cost of training to prevent the ROI from being inﬂated of ROI (5-star rating on Amazon.com) EXECUTE calculation of the value of improvements inﬂuenced by training• How to Measure Training Results: A Practical ANALYZE data and calculate the actual ROI Guide to Tracking the Six Key Indicators GAIN techniques on how to communicate results and educate clients about• The ROI Field Book: Strategies for performance Implementing ROI in HR and Training DESIGN training programs to achieve results and return on investment• Aligning Training for Results: A Process and FORECAST the improvement required to achieve a credible ROI Tools that Link Training to Business SELECT appropriate measurement strategies to align with organization objectives• The Human Resources Scorecard: Measuring APPLY the ROI Quality Analysis tool to determine the quality of ROI the Return on Investment (Improving Human ACQUIRE skills that will help you work with others to design programs and Performance) solutions that focus on business results ENHANCE skills that will make you more credible and valuable to your organization UNI training courses are thoroughly researched and carefully structured to provide practical and exclusive training applicable to your organization. Beneﬁts include: • Thorough and customized programmes to address current market concerns • Illustrations of real life case studiesFREE TAKEAWAYS!! • Comprehensive course documentationEach participant receives: • Strictly limited numbers• A detailed workbook, complete with exercises; tools and exhibits Proudly Organised by• Color foldout ROI job aid• Graphic visual alignment learning map• Miscellaneous handouts and templates
Agenda WORKSHOP OVERVIEW DAY 1 | 12th December 2011Increasingly, stakeholders and leaders who fund training are INTRODUCTION AND ROI OVERVIEWinterested in demonstrated results. The increasing demand foraccountability and prudent expenditures are necessary so as to Practical Activity: Build the ROI model from 30,000 feetsucceed in today’s global competitive environment. Only by being Brief discussion: Pre-workable to realize the beneﬁt of the training expense onto the bottom-line of the organization, can the senior managers justify their THE BEGINNING: HOW TO ENHANCE RESULTS AND IMPROVE THE ROI OF TRAININGtraining investments and improve their training approach to bringabout the greatest proﬁt from the expense. This workshop outlines Top 10 reasons why people do not perform – even when theya step-by-step process you can use to conduct performance know howdata analysis, evaluate training effectiveness and real impact of Using the performance centered framework to talk performancetraining programs (tangible ROI and intangible) through applying with clientsappropriate level of training evaluation based on organizational Finding the secret sauce Inﬂuencing active management reinforcement (AMR)objectives and priorities. APPLY THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF TRAININGParticipants will be led by an expert as you learn and apply ROI EVALUATION BASED ON YOUR ORGANIZATION’Sconcepts to learning and development. During the workshop, OBJECTIVES AND PRIORITIESparticipants will develop plans and strategies to evaluate one oftheir own programs so they can later execute the Measurement Four components of evaluation framework to assess training effectiveness:and ROI Process in their organization. The learning process will Initial reactionalso include many useful case studies and scenarios to facilitate Readinessthe involvement, collaborative problem solving and deeper thinking Executionto resolve issues and build conﬁdence to execute. Last but not Business outcomeleast, workshop participants will be asked to work in teams to The criteria for selecting programs for evaluationapply the ROI Quality Analysis Tool to determine the credibility and Practical Activity: Applying the evaluation strategy to yourquality of the ROI in case scenarios. training projects APPLY EACH COMPONENT OF THE ROI METHODOLOGYWHO SHOULD ATTEND Case Study Practical Activity: Teams identify and discuss the issuesGMs, Heads, VPs, Directors, Managers of: and evaluation methods of measurement case study AIM FOR RESULTS: ROI ENABLING TECHNIQUES Training and Development Learning and Development Linking hard and soft data to the business Eliminating performers’ ineffective habits Organizational Development Practical Activity: Identify how your training links to the Human Resource / Human Capital business. Teams brief to class Practical Exercise: Developing objectives and measures. Performance Management Teams brief results to class Measurement and Evaluation BEST PRACTICES IN GATHERING AND DOCUMENTING Talent Development RELEVANT PERFORMANCE DATA The ﬁve Cs of data collection: How to optimize a successfulWHY YOU CANNOT MISS THIS EVENT: data collection effort The twelve guiding principles of data collection, analysis andParticipants can take advantage of this timely training to discover reportingthe latest tools and techniques in designing and executing Eight best practice methods to collect credible data Practical Activity: Teams identify and discuss the prosappropriate training assessment level as well as evaluating the real and cons of four data collection methods:value of their training programs to enhance learning results and Focus groupssustain the impact while being able to explain these beneﬁts to top Interviewsmanagement in terms of actual dollars. Observation QuestionnairesThis 2-day comprehensive workshop provides real-world proven Ten typical data collection sources and the credibility of eachtools; worksheets and processes that will help you link your training Practical Activity: Teams identify approaches (why, howto the business and measure results effectively. You will take a and when) to collect baseline and follow-up datadramatic leap forward in demonstrating the contribution of your Five steps to develop a successful data collection strategy Twelve key focus areas to collect performance datatraining programs, and achieve a new level of accountability. You Review sample follow-up performance questionnairewill walk away from this workshop with tools that generate actual Practical Activity: Developing key follow-up questionsresults resulting in increased management co-operation, support Case Scenario: Analyzing data and calculating ROI usingand respect. an Action Planning process DECIDE ON A DATA COLLECTION STRATEGY Case scenario: Performance management data collection strategy Practical Activity: Begin development of Evaluation Strategy and Plan
Agenda DAY 2 | 13th December 2011 IDENTIFY COSTS OF THE TRAINING SOLUTION Differentiating direct costs and pro-rated costsBEST PRACTICES IN ANALYZING AND REPORTING Practical Activities:RESULTS Identifying fully loaded costs Direct costs and pro-rated costs What clients and other stakeholders want to know Successes and disappointments THE DECEIVING NATURE OF ROI AND HOW TO PERFORM ROI – it may not be what it is and what to do about it THE ACID TEST Case Scenario: E-learning solution – good, bad or ugly? Analyzing the seven key variables that inﬂuence the qualityANALYZE AND ADJUST RESULTS FOR CAUSAL and magnitude of ROI calculationsINFLUENCES Predicting the outcome of training Practical Activity: ROI Quality Analysis Tool – Teams apply Three credible methods to determine causal inﬂuences the tool to determine credibility and quality of the ROI in Practical Activity: Identifying methods to determine causal two case scenarios inﬂuence and discussing reasoning of each approach Case Scenarios: PITFALLS IN ANALYZING AND REPORTING ROI RESULTS Comparison groups TO STAKEHOLDERS Conditional trend analysis Credible source estimates The dos and don’ts of calculating and reporting ROI Practical Activity: Utilize job aid to make causal inﬂuence How to report the fully-loaded cost of training, and the decision consequences when you do not Confessing the good, bad and ugly about ROIANALYZE AND ADJUST RESULTS FOR SUSTAINED Communicating the complete story about resultsIMPACT Practical Activity: Quality of ROI – conclusions and credibility How and why three sustaining adjustments inﬂuence the credibility of a ROI evaluation CELEBRATE WITH TEAM PRESENTATIONS: VISUAL Practical Activity: Identifying/discussing how to determine ALIGNMENT LEARNING MAP sustained impact Case Scenarios: Practical Activities: One-time impact Teams ﬁnalize their learning map presentation Recurring impact Teams present stand-up presentation to class Turnover loss adjustment Adjourn Revisiting and reinforcing key analysis issuesTHE ROI CALCULATION DECISION: TO BE OR NOT TO BE In-House Training Five reasons not to calculate the ROI of training Four reasons to calculate the ROI of training Cost effective In-house courses, tailored speciﬁcally to your organisation’s needs, can be arranged at your preferred location andALTERNATIVE NON-ROI METHODS FOR MEASURING THE time. If you would like to discuss further, please contact our In-house division at email@example.com.VALUE OF TRAINING The signiﬁcance of intangible results How to express intangibles Conducting Quality Analysis of intangible data PRE-COURSE QUESTIONNAIRE To ensure that you gain maximum value from this course, a detailedASSIGN MONETARY VALUES TO DATA questionnaire will be forwarded to you upon registration to establish your exact training needs and issues of concern. Your completed Three credible approaches to assign monetary value to questionnaire will be analysed by the course trainer prior to the event business outcome data and addressed during the event. You will receive a comprehensive set Known values of course documentation to enable you to digest the subject matter in Value by association your own time. Credible source estimates Case Scenario: Assigning monetary values Determining unit valueADDRESS BARRIERS AND INEFFECTIVE HABITS Program Schedule Practical Activities: Teams discuss and identify organization barriers to (Day 1 - Day 2) executing measurement projects 08:30 Registration Individuals identify their personal ineffective habits that are barriers to executing measurement projects 09:00 Morning Session Begins 10:40 - 11:00 Refreshments & Networking BreakANALYZE TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE (NON-ROI) 12:45 LuncheonRESULTS 14:00 Afternoon Session begins Practical Activities: 15:30 - 15:50 Refreshments & Networking Break Calculating the required improvement factor 17:00 Course Ends Assigning monetary values to performance data
ABOUT YOUR COURSE FACILITATOR Ron Drew Stone is an author, international consultant & presenter, coach and one of the world’s most recognized and accomplished authorities on improving performance and measuring results. He is President of Center for Performance and ROI, his own consulting company where he provides consulting services in linking training to organization business measures, designing training for results and ROI, conducting needs assessments and measuring program results. Ron has over 25 years of diverse experience in economic development, training and the human resource function. Since 1994, Ron has been involved in perfecting the ROI Process. He has conducted over 100 ROI studies and directed hundreds more while certifying and coaching clients how to apply his measurement and ROI methodology. Ron authored and co-authored 5 popular books on: Aligning training with the business; Conducting training needs analysis; and Measuring business outcomes and ROI of Training interventions. As a recognized international consultant, Ron has trained and coached clients on 5 continents to implement measurement and ROI and needs analysis. He received the Pioneer Award from the Alabama Healthcare Council for his leadership of a three year major change initiative. Ron was Chair of the Edison Electric Institute’s Executive Leadership Program for senior ofﬁcers in the electric utility industry. He has served on the steering committee and faculty for the University of Alabama Human Resource Development program and also designed executive programs for the University of Georgia and Auburn University. He has contributed several case studies to the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) In-Action Case Book Series: Measuring Return on Investment (2005 and 1997), Measuring ROI in the Public Sector (2002), and Measuring Learning and Performance (1999) and is a contributing author to other publications. Ron’s case studies and articles have been published in numerous professional publications by the ASTD; The International Society for Performance Improvement, the Institute of Industrial Engineers, and Chief Learning Ofﬁcer magazine. He served as a Charter member of Panel of Human Resource Executives for the local ASTD chapter and is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, and the International Society for Performance Improvement. Ron is a certiﬁed change consultant and a certiﬁed ROI professional (CRP). He certiﬁes practitioners in his measurement and ROI process and conducts in-house performance improvement, assessment, and measurement workshops. Partial list of companies that have beneﬁtted from Ron’s expertise: American Express Coca-Cola Federal Express Aviva NDB Insurance Nestle Products Amazon.com Liberty Insurance Ltd GSK Boeing Bank Islam Brunei Vietnam Brewery Bloomberg Maybank Shell Oil Baxter Healthcare CPOC Sdn Bhd Cirrus Oil Services Ltd. Safeway Apple Computer Ghana National Petroleum Delta Airlines Bank of America Corporation Kenya Airways British Telecom Siemens NASA AT&T Toyota Ministry of Manpower, Singapore Sri Lanka Telecom Honda The Ministry of Saudi ArabiaTestimonials From Ron’s Past Successful Workshops:“Topics are good – has the focused objectives to cater to the business “Valuable training. Looking forward to applying this into my role”world. This is the signiﬁcance of a training” ~ Project Manager - ROI COE Learning Department, Edcon Proprietary~ Sales Training & Development Manager, Aviva NDB Insurance “I’ve attended many courses before, but you are the one who makes me“So many tools I can use with my clients. I am excited to go back and think more”use” ~ HR Manager, Learning & Development, Evonik Degussa (China) Co., Ltd~ HR Manager, Maersk Co (China). Ltd. “The programme indeed was an excellent one. Ron Drew Stone is“Trainer’s knowledge & experience is very good. Topics were very knowledgeable and excellently blessed with everything ROI. I recommendrelevant” it for every training ofﬁcial”~ Training Manager, Vietnam Brewery ~ Principal HR & Administrative Ofﬁcer, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation“This was my ﬁrst exposure to ROI, and it seems I had some seriousmisconceptions about the concept. I am conﬁdent and clear now as to the “The course provides even a newcomer to ROI to understand upfront androle that I will play in measuring ROI in my organisation” follow the principles easily”~ Senior Learning Consultant, Edcon Proprietary ~ Specialist Learning Consultant, Edcon Stores Pty Ltd
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