Datafication of Learning & Development: Analytical Insights to Drive Success
Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
People analytics is a hot topic in HR, with learning analytics predicted to move to the forefront in 2018. Attend this webinar to learn about:
- The trends shaping data and analytics in Learning
- Examples of how data can be applied to show connections between learning programs and employee and business outcomes
- Common pitfalls to avoid
Measuring the effectiveness of learning and development in terms of employee success and business results is a challenge that most learning leaders have yet to overcome. In this webinar, learning analytics experts Ian Cook and Nancy Zenger will discuss how modern learning analytics technology can bring together data from learning, HR, and business systems to make it faster and easier to analyze learning data, enabling L&D leaders to answer their most important questions including what is training’s long-term impact on business results. Ian and Nancy will explore how predictive analytics and machine learning can also help you identify which employees should be the top candidates for learning.
Ian Cook is a recognized expert in the field of workforce intelligence. Ian spent the first 10 years of his career designing and implementing leadership- and team-based organizational development interventions for international blue-chip companies. Ian currently works for Visier, and is continually enhancing the depth of insight available within this leading edge application. With unique thought leadership in learning as well as analytics, his mission is to educate people leaders to look at analytics through the lens of the business, rather than analytics for its own sake. He holds a MA in Politics and Philosophy from the University of Edinburgh and a MBA in Business and Change from Lancaster University.
Nancy Zenger is a Solution Manager at Visier, where she has spent the past four years constructing analytics solutions for HR. Nancy specializes in creating analytics for business users within the full spectrum of the HR domain and researching how organizations achieve value through adopting data-driven HR practices. Nancy earned a bachelor's in Communications.