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How Does Return On Expectations ROE For Learning Development Programs Create Greater Value For Organisations Than Return On Investment ROI

Return on Investment

A constant challenge for learning and development professionals is to be able to demonstrate the value or return created by undertaking training. Often you will hear asked ‘so what was the return on the training investment we made?’ It’s a fair question and one that can potentially be answered by the formula:

3 Phases For Learning Transfer Success

As a Learning & Development professional, how do I ensure learning transfers to behaviour?

How To Create Real Value Through Your Learning and Development - Use ROE Rather Than ROI

The most practical and effective way to show the value of an initiative is through return on expectations (ROE). ROE is what a successful training initiative delivers to key business stakeholders to demonstrate the degree to which their expectations have been satisfied. When done properly, it cannot fail. This is because it is built on a platform of business partnership and agreement from start to finish.

Thrive or Struggle

May 03, 2021

In this 30 minute video, Thrive or Struggle, Jim Kirkpatrick and Wendy Kaiser Kirkpatrick, combine t

Overcoming the Challenges in Designing Training

May 07, 2020

I remember clearly leaving a training programme a few years ago thinking how much I had enjoyed the

Kirkpatrick Principle 5. A compelling chain of evidence demonstrates your bottom-line value

April 10, 2021

Principle 5. A compelling chain of evidence demonstrates your bottom-line value. At the end of the d

Kirkpatrick Principle 4. Value must be created before it can be demonstrated

April 10, 2021

Kirkpatrick Principle 4. Value must be created before it can be demonstrated. Well, what is this one