Level-Up Your Training Reports with Learning Analytics

While seat time, test scores, attendance sheets, surveys, and completion rates can tell the story of learner activity, what future actions can be inferred from that data? L&D data can go deeper. With learning analytics, it’s possible to tell a different story – how your training outcomes directly impact your unique organizational objectives so you can support data-driven decision making, across the business.

How to Design Learning Analytics, Business Intelligence Strategies for Enterprise Training Guide

How to Report on Your Training Program’s Impact

Engineering Your Training Data for Business Intelligence

In this guide, your team will rediscover the fundamentals of a strong learning analytics strategy and explore insights from two executives who have extensive experience leveraging intelligent reporting within the training industry. Begin upgrading your reporting strategy today, and learn how to identify and maximize strategic business opportunities with your training data.

Learning Analytics for Training Professionals

Learning Analytics for Training Professionals is a collection of videos, podcasts, and downloadable assets (featured at the end of videos) training professionals can use for inspiration when building a data-driven approach to training, and seeking to uncover meaning in training metrics.

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What Are the Attributes of Learning Analytics for Enterprise Training?

Data should always tell a story, and we believe that constructing a metrics-supported narrative is crucial to the long-term success of any L&D function specifically, but also to the business they support more generally. Learn more about those methods:

Measurable

It’s time to change your perspective on what’s measurable. You don’t have to limit your understanding of “numbers” to quantitative data. By the same token, qualitative impact doesn’t have to come at the sacrifice of quantitative data. That means looking for trends wherever they can be found, and asking questions against those trends, once identified.

Repeatable

Trends are repeated, and so is the way in which you capture data about them. Focus your data capture tools on identifying the trends that will be real levers for change. The greatest indicator of employee and customer engagement alike is often how people interact with your training. Make sure you’re leveraging repeatable insight that’s actionable.

Actionable

You should be able to take the data you’re referencing, whether it’s qualitative or quantitative, and use it to take an insightful action that is driven by understanding what that data means to your company. As a learning professional, actionable data can inform decision-making across teams and help to define continued growth for your company.

Reportable

How easy is it for you to report on the data you capture? Have you taken the time to create reports that are architected to provide insights about what the data means? Many programs fail to report deeply because it’s too difficult to report on data from multiple sources. The business intelligence you provide about training depends on how easily it’s shared.

Relatable

Training intel can be a force for good in driving the business. How does the reporting you’re sending to key stakeholders within your organization relate to other growth initiatives, or tell a story about what it means for your learner to engage in a certain way? Align your training program measurements with your organization’s strategic plan.

Oriented to ROI

It is time for learning & development to move out of the cost center and into the profit center mindset. Training is more than just a function of the business that must be served. It plays a vital role in how your company will approach change, new markets, and longevity. When you can connect training to profitability you’ll achieve the impact you set out to make.

On-Demand Webinar: Data-Driven Transformation in Enterprise Training

In this on-demand webinar, John Peebles, CEO of Administrate, shares his insights on how leading training teams are transforming their organization’s approach to key business growth goals by integrating learning analytics with wider organizational objectives. Explore how you can transform your training program with data-driven learning analytics and strategically leverage enterprise training Business Intelligence to impact your business’ bottom-line goals for growth and scalability.

How to Improve Reporting for Your Training Program

The Boston Whaler Story

When Boston Whaler came to Administrate, they were onboarding 6-12 new employees weekly, and they couldn’t afford to have a turnover rate of 50-60%. They identified training as their key strategic advantage. By leveraging Administrate’s no-code reporting engine, Boston Whaler was able to pinpoint the causes and stressors of their employee turnover and dramatically reduce the rate. Get the case study to read the full story.

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    Course viability

    Course occupancy

    Staff Retention & Engagement with Training

    Instructor performance

    Risk Reduction in Regulatory Environments

    Revenue/Earnings Per Employee and How Output Relates to Training

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