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Be as conservative as possible in your ROI calculations. Self-reported scores should be factored down to compensate for bias. Additionally, you should use the delivered job impact number reported in the follow-up survey rather than what was predicted immediately after the class. Often, students are very enthusiastic about the learning right after the completion of the course, which causes bias. The follow-up survey results allow for a more true measure.

If you can’t prove a return on your training program – real learning that is adopted and applied -- then you run the risk of having it cut back or even losing it. You may think that measuring ROI is hard. However, if you follow these fast, hard rules, provided by ESI International, you’ll be on your way to proving your learning program has measurable impact.

 

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