Measuring Strategic, Visible and Costly Learning Programs

  • Thu, September 12, 2013
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Bad Fish Consulting (Village Gate)

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Measuring Strategic, Visible and Costly Learning Programs


Please join us to welcome TJ from Chicago as he provides an in-depth look at measuring critical programs like leadership development, sales training and on-boarding and why it is vital to program managers.  The session will then go through the major elements of a measurement plan to successfully and comprehensively generate quantitative and qualitative metrics in a timely and practical manner with limited resources.  Examples of tools such as a key performance indicator matrix, a communication plan, sample smart sheet evaluations and sample reports, including dashboards, will be shared.

Learning Objectives:

1.    Review the importance of measuring strategic, visible and costly programs
2.    Discuss the measurement plan to gather timely, credible data
3.    Showcase sample reports, statements, dashboards and scorecards

Presenter Information:

Thomas D. Kupchick (TJ), Measurement Specialist, KnowledgeAdvisors, Chicago, IL

KnowledgeAdvisors. KnowledgeAdvisors is a talent analytics solutions and technology firm that helps organizations measure, communicate and improve the impact of their people by better managing processes through reliable metrics.

Education and Training
BS, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Florida Institute of Technology
MS, Human Resource Development, Villanova University

Background
Thomas Kupchick (TJ), a Measurement Specialist at KnowledgeAdvisors, works as a member of the consulting team that offers a suite of products and services focusing on learning measurement and management. He has worked closely with a wide range of national and international clients both within and outside KnowledgeAdvisors to improve learning and development programs. His primary focus has been working with companies to identify their current state of measurement and evaluation maturity and providing solutions to strengthen their current measurement processes. He also has a background in data analysis and statistics as well survey design, dashboard creation, and evaluation planning. Before KnowledgeAdvisors, TJ worked in the Human Resources space and was an internal consultant on talent management, diversity initiatives, and job analysis. 

Badfish Consulting, Directions (Goodman St. Side, Second Floor) 

5:15-5:45 Registration/Networking

5:45  Welcome/Chapter Announcements

6:00 Program

7:15 Close



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