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How Fit is your Organization's Learning Strategy?

We are sharing with you an excerpt of the full questionnaire built on our 16 years of research in learning & development . With this, you can get a first assessement of your organization’s learning strategy and its ability to positively impact business outcomes. After you complete the quiz, discover your profile and get more information on how to quickly improve and drive results.

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NO. 1

Do you have the buy-in of key stakeholders in your organization to create true alignment around a learning strategy?

Yes
They thought the learning strategy was aligned with the company's business stakes.
To some extent
They were made aware of some aspects of the learning strategy and provided partial feedback.
No
It's been very difficult to involve business stakeholders - they haven't seen or approved the learning strategy.
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NO. 2

Is your L&D budget structured and overseen by a corporate learning governance body?

To some extent
There are identified stakeholders that decide on budget but roles are not always clearly defined.
Yes
We consult an active governance body that validates our overall learning strategy.
No
There is no established funding model and no responsible governance body - budget and spending are managed locally.
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NO. 3

Is your corporate learning system easily accessible and allows for fine-tuned reporting?

No
Access to the learning platform is unequal and there is little to no ability to gather data and create reports.
To some extent
Not all learners are able to access the learning platform. Reporting is possible but not streamlined.
Yes
All employees can and know how to connect to our learning platform, and we are able to easily track usage.
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NO. 4

Do you deploy demand-driven training with clearly identified target audiences, all within an environment of continuous learning?

To some extent
Learners have an opportunity to express their training needs, but there is a mix between push & pull learning.
No
Training is mainly pushed to learners based on organizational needs with very limited opportunity for customized learning.
Yes
Learners can customize their learning experience to fit their needs and learn at their own pace.
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NO. 5

Do you have a clear vendor strategy that utilizes case studies and quality metrics in the evaluation process?

Yes
We are in constant contact with our current learning provider(s) and base all our vendor-related decisions (renewals, new vendor selection...) on business cases.
No
We evaluate existing learning vendors contracts only on an ad hoc basis due to lack of metrics.
To some extent
We monitor vendor satisfaction of existing providers and do not renew contracts with existing vendors when we face structural issues.
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NO. 6

Are you analyzing all learning & development initiatives based on reliable metrics and how they impact your business?

No
We are not able to evaluate & report on the added value of L&D initiatives.
Yes
We evaluate the succcess of learning initiatives by measuring their impact on business stakes. We create high level reports and inform key stakeholders of L&D's contribution to business goals.
To some extent
We measure L&D basic metrics (learner satisfaction, number of programs, hours of training) but have trouble linking L&D initiatives to business stakes
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NO. 7

How many employees does your organization have?

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NO. 8

What is your primary industry?