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  • Slide 1 - Return on Investment: Training and Development Session 1 ROI and Evaluation
  • Slide 2 - Objectives At the completion of this unit, students will be able to: Discuss the importance of determining ROI in training environments. Identify stakeholders and develop questions to determine their views and needs. Write training goals and observable objectives based on stakeholders’ needs.
  • Slide 3 - Objectives Describe the importance of the assessment of learning for ROI. Recognize the differences between short-term and long-term assessment. Identify items that belong on a training budget sheet to determine ROI. Calculate expenses and ROI. Write a report on training that includes all relevant data.
  • Slide 4 - Return on Investment Rooted in manufacturing. Advanced to banking, health care, non-profit, public and education sectors. Part of quality and efficiency methodologies.
  • Slide 5 - ROI Is Used To: Quantify the effectiveness of training. Manage the training budget. Provide evidence to management and other stakeholders. Build trust and respect for ourselves and our unit. Earn the ears of senior management. Identify areas for improvement. Provide data requested by senior management. Keep our jobs.
  • Slide 6 - Models Benefit/Cost Ratio ROI (%)
  • Slide 7 - Why is ROI important to you?
  • Slide 8 - Evaluation Levels 1. Reaction and Planned Action 2. Learning 3. Application and Implementation 4. Business Impact 5. Return on Investment
  • Slide 9 - Stakeholders Who are they? Anyone who pays for, participates in, benefits from, or has decision-making responsibility for HRD and training. What should they know? The need for training. The results from training. The costs of training.
  • Slide 10 - Needs Assessment and Task Analysis Needs assessment: identifies gaps between what is and what should be in the organization. Task analysis: investigates the specific skill(s), knowledge or attitudes and at which point there is a breakdown in use or performance. If the analysis uncovers a lack of knowledge, skills or attitude, then training is required. If it reveals faulty equipment, poor work conditions or lack of incentive, then another solution is needed.
  • Slide 11 - End of Session 1
  • Slide 12 - Return on Investment: Training and Development Session 2 Goals, Objectives, Assessment
  • Slide 13 - Goals Organizational Goals These goals are typically targeted toward the organizational level and include such things as productivity, net income, inventory and cash cycles, and customer satisfaction. Learning Goals These goals typically focus on the individuals in the organization and their performance, knowledge and skills.
  • Slide 14 - Writing Objectives Easy as A, B, C, D Audience: Who? Behavior: What do “they” do? Condition: What is the setting and method of evaluation? Degree: Measurement to be met.
  • Slide 15 - Example Objective Audience Behavior Condition Degree At the completion of the course the learner will be able to score 85% or better on a written multiple choice 25 question test
  • Slide 16 - Example Verbs Verbs to Use: Discuss Explain Demonstrate Identify List Perform Compare/Contrast Score (on an assessment) Verbs to Avoid Understand Comprehend Know Do
  • Slide 17 - Objectives in ROI Course objectives: What is it that the learners will be able to do upon course completion? Application objectives: What goals do the HRD/training practitioner have for the application of the skills gained in training? Impact objectives: What effect will accomplishing the application objectives have on the organization?
  • Slide 18 - Example Objectives Course objective: Learners will be able to make 15 entries in a customer database in 15 minutes with no more than 1 error. Application objective: Learners will be able to reduce the data entry error rate by 50 percent over the next 6 months. Impact objective: Employee time spent correcting database errors is reduced by 25 percent from last year’s rate. Increasing Scope
  • Slide 19 - Learning Assessment Alignment between assessment and objective is paramount. Easy to do with well-written objectives. Cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains are assessed in different ways. Cognitive: written and oral tests; discussion; compare/contrast exercises. Psychomotor: demonstration; performance. Affective: longitudinal observation and/or discussion. Be sure to use the right type of assessment for each objective of the learning event.
  • Slide 20 - End of Session 2
  • Slide 21 - Return on Investment: Training and Development Session 3 Costs, Budgets, Accounting
  • Slide 22 - Costs, Budgets, Accounting Quantifying ROI means accounting for all the costs of the program. Fixed costs: independent of the number of participants. Variable costs: Dependent on the number of participants. There are costs at every step – make sure to account for them all.
  • Slide 23 - Output Measures Outputs are product-driven and include data that are not performance-based but rather outcomes of changes in performance or investment in equipment. Examples include: Units built. Time it takes to build the units. Income from sale of units.
  • Slide 24 - Benefits and Soft Skills Change in: Attitude, work climate, leadership, teamwork. We desire these changes because they ultimately effect productivity. Allow time for change in attitude or behavior, then measure these changes and report qualitatively. Allow time for change in productivity, then measure for data and report quantitatively.
  • Slide 25 - Karen Kaminski Tobin P. Lopes Models Benefit/Cost Ratio ROI (%) Phillips – See Figure 2-2 in text.
  • Slide 26 - Benefit/Cost Ratio Example Data entry clerks’ average wage: $9.50/hr. Five hours per week were spent correcting errors before training. 20 percent less time correcting errors saves one hour each week. 40 clerks. BCR = .076 for one week. What about 13 weeks? 26 weeks?
  • Slide 27 - Now with ROI% Data entry clerks’ average wage: $9.50/hr. 20 percent less time correcting errors saves one hour each week. 40 clerks. When clerks use their skills for 26 weeks, ROI% is almost 100%!!
  • Slide 28 - Create a Data Collection Plan What? New information that needs to be recorded? Who? When? How?
  • Slide 29 - Additional Thoughts Access to learners after training: Do you have access to learners to follow up on application and use of the knowledge and skills developed during the training? Isolating training effects: Consider what else may have occurred at the same time as the training that may have made a difference.
  • Slide 30 - Trend Line Example
  • Slide 31 - End of Session 3
  • Slide 32 - Return on Investment: Training and Development Session 4 Reporting Your Findings
  • Slide 33 - Review of ROI Justify the training budget. Quantify effectiveness of training. Provide evidence to management and other stakeholders. Build trust and respect for ourselves and our unit. Earn the ears of senior management. Identify areas for improvement. Respond to management directive. Keep our jobs.
  • Slide 34 - Stakeholders: Review Customer Employee Supervisor Subordinate President Board of Directors Stockholders
  • Slide 35 - Reporting Needs to be: Timely, targeted and unbiased. The purpose is to: Illustrate success. Secure approval. Gain acknowledgement/agreement on solutions. Build credibility. Enhance marketing.
  • Slide 36 - Reporting Who needs to know? What do they need to know? How will you inform them? Presentation. Briefing paper. Detailed report. Letter. When and where? Who will present? Feedback?
  • Slide 37 - Items to Include in a Report Executive summary. Title of training. Goals and objectives. Who participated, when/where, length. Assessment and outcomes. Evaluation. Budget. Recommendations.
  • Slide 38 - Summary Know your audience: Who, existing and desired skills, knowledge and attitude (audience analysis). Expectations of/from organization: Goals and objectives, stakeholders. Assessment and evaluation: Budget, data collection. Reporting.
  • Slide 39 - Finally Take action on the data collected. Use it to enhance your training and therefore your organization.
  • Slide 40 - End of Session 4

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