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405 L&D Detective: Solve Measurement Mysteries

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET
Tuesday, December 5

How do we measure training’s contribution to human and business performance? Is there evidence for the impact of learning? What are credible facts for learning effectiveness?

These are difficult questions to answer, but difficult does not mean impossible. There is an answer! Join this session as the L&D Detective solves a measurement mystery.

In this interactive session you’ll work alongside Kevin and conduct an impact investigation. You’ll collect facts, clues, evidence, and data that answer the question, “What is the impact of training and learning?” You’ll also discover the truth about what we can and cannot measure.

In this session we will:

  • Examine how to measure training’s contribution to human performance and business results
  • Discover ways to plan for impact measurement in the beginning so it’s easier to measure in the end
  • Investigate facts, clues, evidence, and data that give signals for the impact of training and learning
  • Remove or reduce factors that block impact measurement
  • Explore why measuring impact can be difficult and learn methods for making impact measurement possible

Kevin M. Yates

L&D Detective

L&D Detective

Kevin M. Yates is known in the global training, learning, and talent development community as the L&D Detective. He investigates impact and solves measurement mysteries with facts, clues, evidence, and data. With 25+ years industry experience serving in diverse roles across multiple industries and brands including Grant Thornton, Kantar, McDonald’s, and Meta (Facebook), Kevin examines fulfillment of purpose for training and learning. He is also founder and president of Meals in the Meantime, a nonprofit helping people who need food with pop-up food pantries.