Originally proposed way back in the 1950s, the four-level Kirkpatrick model of training evaluation has achieved broad consensus as a valid measurement approach. However, the problem with this approach is that, for a variety of reasons, it’s usually a one-off measurement—one which doesn’t lend itself towards a sustainable learning measurement strategy.
An alternate option, which you may know as learning analytics or big data analytics, can make learning measurement much easier. But what do those terms mean and how can you use them effectively? Download the insight to find out more.
‘New Approaches to Learning Measurement’ is part of LEO Learning’s measuring business impact series. The next insight in the series, which looks at ways to set a measuring impact strategy, is available here.