9 Things to Know About Measuring Cost & Productivity for Learning Design & Development
ATD Competency: Managing Learning Programs.
This session is about the power of measuring the true cost and effort required by Design and Development (D&D) to produce learning assets. Juan Naranjo, Manager of D&D at Rogers Communications, will share his organization’s best practices on establishing metrics to quantify productivity, effort, and output for a D&D department. He will also discuss how you can measure your productivity in Learning Hours Produced (LHP), its relationship with ROI, and how to make smart resource decisions based on digital data management.
1) Gain insight on effective ways to understand the cost and effort involved in producing learning assets.
2) Gain a better understanding of ways to calculate their ROI and know how competitive they are.
3) Have additional arguments to decide when (or not) to engage a vendor to support their efforts.
This month's meeting combines the best of two SIGs: Learning Trends & Innovations and A Seat at the Table! All are welcome!
About the Presenter:
Juan Naranjo, Manager of D&D at Rogers Communications
Juan’s background in Economics and Management, plus his experience in Adult Education, have allowed him to produce innovative solutions to better assess the productivity and ROI of D&D departments.
He has been involved in the world of corporate education for 21 years, where he has played an active role in the deployment of groundbreaking projects like the development of one of the first virtual universities in the world and the creation of one of the first digital training programs for a corporate university in Latin America. Currently, he is participating in the successful transformation of the Organization Development department at Rogers Communications, where the company has moved to a model that allows it to run Learning as a business.
Juan’s other love is sculpture. He has been awarded an Honorable Mention by The Ontario Society of Artists and has held multiple shows in various galleries across the city of Toronto.