Big Data: Why Measuring Employee Knowledge is Critical for Understanding How to Increase Revenue and Decrease Costs

May 18, 2016

For decades, learning leaders have tracked things like course completions, test scores, training satisfaction rates, hours spent on learning and more. While these metrics are important to L&D, they aren’t important to the business. These metrics just don’t showcase if learning has actually helped to increase revenue or decrease costs. And that’s what business leaders care about.

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