Training Effectiveness Measurement for Large Scale Programs: Demystified!: A 4-tier Practical Model for Technical Training Managers

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Speed To Proficiency Research, Nov 18, 2018 - Business & Economics - 25 pages
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 This book addresses the challenges typical technical training managers, and other technical managers face in justifying the return on investment of their programs, particularly for large-scale, investment-intensive programs. This book describes a very intuitive and practical model for the measurement of the effectiveness of technical training programs. The book is based on a 4-tier Return on Effectiveness (ROE) model developed through years of research, observation, and experience. The ROE model uses four simple indices: training reaction index, improvement index, effectiveness index, and impact trends to convey a full picture of the effectiveness of a training program. This feedback-based and data-based approach enables training managers with a step-by-step approach to collect data, measure important indicators and compute the indices to present evidence of the effectiveness of their training programs to the executives.

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 Raman K Attri is a corporate business researcher, learning strategist, and management consultant with a strong zeal to enable people to unravel human learning and performance. He has over 25 years of experience in several cross-functional & interdisciplinary areas like scientific research, product development, systems engineering, management consulting, technical publications, training & instructional design. During his career, he focused on providing the competitive and strategic value to the organizations by accelerating time-to-proficiency of employees through powerful and well-researched training, learning and knowledge development models. He specializes in competitive strategies to develop the technical workforce with higher-order troubleshooting, problem-solving skills at a much faster rate. Most recently, he has served as Sr. Global Technical Training, Learning and Knowledge Manager at $15bn semiconductor equipment corporation, headquartered in California, an inductee of Training Magazine’s Hall of Fame. He holds a doctorate in business, on the topic of speed to proficiency, from Southern Cross University Australia. He also shares accelerated learning methods he employed to equip himself with over 60 educational credentials including doctorate degrees, 3 master degrees and tens of international certifications in a short span of time. The physical disability from post-polio paralysis and lack of mobility since childhood pushed him to learn, research and test a range of “how to methods” to accelerate the rate of personal learning, professional performance, complex skill acquisition, and workplace proficiency. He offers advisory and consulting to professionals to push limits of time and speed.

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