203 Mapping and Measuring Your Learning Strategy

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Thursday, July 28

Learning leaders are challenged to demonstrate operational value for their learning efforts. Business stakeholders are less interested in what employees learn, and more interested in what employees can apply to improve operational performance.  

In this session you will discover how learning can fully align to stakeholder operational needs and demonstrate tangible performance improvement value. You will explore why learning is now a top priority for business leaders and one of the 'go-to' tools to mitigate risk, manage change, and improve performance. During this interactive session you will engage in polling questions and examine a performance case study that will enable you to apply the lessons from this session in your own work. 

In this session you will learn: 

  • How to align learning to performance expectations 

  • How to map learning to operational requirements 

  • How to identify existing performance relationships 

  • How to leverage existing performance metrics 

Session Takeaway: Attendees will receive a performance management cheat sheet that will assist in applying the key points from this session.

Ajay Pangarkar

Performance Strategist, Author, Managing Partner


Ajay Pangarkar is a Certified Professional Accountant and Certified Training and Development Professional. He's a published author. His third book is titled The Trainers Balanced Scorecard: A Complete Resource for Linking Learning and Growth to Organizational Strategy. Other books include The Trainers Portable Mentor and Building Business Acumen for Trainers. CentralKnowledge was recognized by TrainingMag in 2008 as Project of the Year for their work with Apple. He's also an award-winning writer winning the 2014 and 2015 prestigious TrainingIndustry.com Readership and Editors' Award. Ajay was recently awarded Elearning Magazine's 2016 Learning Champion. Ajay is a regular on the #1 Montreal Talk Radio morning show.

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