Our powerful diagnostic approach allows you to quickly identify how effectively your investments measure up against the time and resources committed to them. The approach reveals not only what impacts have been felt, but why particular initiatives have had effect, giving powerful insights for future planning and design activities.
Mixing a range of perspectives, including correlating available data and return on expectation analysis, the approach draws on established consulting and strategic planning techniques, and was developed through extensive client prototyping.
The method can also be used to evaluate the outcomes from an entire Training Department's annual spend. To find out more about department portfolio evaluation, please click here: Portfolio Evaluation.
Backed by a robust toolset for analysis, the approach is designed to help HR, Learning and Development, Organisation Development and Talent Managers quickly determine the value of their people investments, as well as providing powerful information for any other sponsors, budget allocators and CFO's.
The approach can be applied to virtually any human capital investment and is relevant for commercial, public sector, not-for-profit and voluntary sectors alike. Example candidates for evaluation include:
- In-house coaching and mentoring programmes
- Core training programmes
- Culture change and integration projects
- HR policy impacts
- e-learning programmes
- Induction programmes
- Graduate training programmes
- Support for training accreditation applications
- Organisational development and change programmes
- Talent management
- Validation for a supplier's value pricing criteria
- Leadership development programmes.
Proving the return of key human capital investments doesn't have to remain the untold story, neither need it involve a great investment of time or money to get beyond just pinning down a "magic number" or making sure that sponsors are happy.
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