Making an impact with learning technologies – tricks for grabbing management attention

by | Apr 29, 2010 | Articles, Evidence for Change

When the whole organisation is under pressure, how do you get heard, get support and get going with innovative learning approaches? Often we only get one chance to make our case so we have to make it count. Concrete figures on the bottom line benefits of learning technologies at work are notoriously hard to establish but tend to speak the loudest.

On April 29th, we are discussing these issues in a Learning and Skills Group webinar and will look at our mpact Indicator research and Evidence for Change programme to identify invaluable tricks and tips to help you grab management attention for your L&D programme – and keep it.

The slides for the webinar can be downloaded below.

We will be updating this article after the event to highlight:

  • Top tips for creating manager apathy!
  • Turning efficiency indicators into benefits
  • Ideas for capturing and communicating success
  • Tricks for tackling managerial indifference

Watch this space!

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