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Impact Measurement & ROI

Are you getting your money’s worth? Do your training investments…

    … improve the bottom line?

    … help you achieve your organizational goals?

Today, decision makers need assurance that training programs increase output, improve quality, reduce costs, or save time.

LDO helps clients evaluate the impact of their training investments. We can offer our clients best-in-class tools and methodologies that align training and performance programs with organizational goals.

We can help you evaluate training impact. Or, we can help you build the skills to measure and monitor the outcomes of your training, performance, or HRD initiatives.

Our Impact Measurement Services

  • ROI Evaluation Studies
  • LDO conducts and coordinates studies of investment interventions—training, performance improvement, change initiatives, and Human Resources programs. These studies provide impact and ROI results that demonstrate to management the value of the investment.

  • Business Impact Evaluation
  • For programs that don’t require ROI, we can help you evaluate behavior change and other key outcomes related to organizational goals—improved quality, time savings, customer satisfaction, etc.

  • Impact Measurement Systems
  • We will help you create effective policy and guidelines, set realistic evaluation targets, develop and implement instruments and reporting systems. We can help you develop ‘early warning radar systems’ to let you monitor your organization’s training investments.

  • Workshops
  • LDO offers professional workshops to help you build the skills and expertise you need to measure and evalaute training impact and ROI. We provide half-day briefings, and one- and two-day workshops.






    "Failing to measure the effectiveness of training programs is a sure way to cripple an organization."
    CIO Magazine

    "There is no other workplace issue on which so much money is spent with as little accountability as training."
    Brandon Hall

    "You can't manage what you can't measure."
    Peter Drucker


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