Evidence is vital to backing up a case for change and even more powerful when internal data is being compared against high-performing learning organisations.
The Towards Maturity Learning Health Check benchmarks your organisation’s processes, practices and performance metrics with those of other organisations. It is an invaluable reflective process, providing actionable insights to support your learning strategy and deliver impact. Revisiting regularly can also help you measure progress year on year.
The review is faster, smarter and has even more insightful questions than before. To take part, simply click on this link and set aside just 45 minutes to reflect on the learning strategy and goals of your organisation. It will specifically measure the performance of your learning strategy by guiding you through a series of questions about your learning offering and impact.
97% of Learning Health Check respondents said that just by completing the Health Check review, they have gained new insights on how to get fit for the future.
Once you complete your Learning Health Check, you will receive a notification the same day to let you know your results are available and can be found on your personalised dashboard.
Based on your data, and our Towards Maturity Index, we identify where you are now compared to thousands of other organisations. Your position is calculated by considering our 6 characteristics, which impact the four critical levers of business: growth, transformation, productivity and profitability (sustainability for not-for-profit organisations).
By benchmark against your peers this provides an invaluable first step in making a case for change. You can also talk to our expert analysts to find out how to develop this insight further into an evidence-led learning strategy.
Learn more about the advantages of taking the Learning Health Check in the clip below.
In 2019 we are also launching our new Learning Health Check Plus. Look out for more updates on this opportunity to purchase additional, richer data that is most relevant to you.
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