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Talent Development Reporting Principles (TDRp): Standards for Human Capital

Friday, June 2, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: David Vance, Executive Director , Center for Talent Reporting

Talent development reporting principles (TDRp) is an effort by leaders in the learning and development and HR fields to establish best practices and standards for measuring, reporting, and managing human capital. Accounting has standards for classifying and defining measures and creating statements, as well as a host of processes to use those measures and statements to improve organizational results. Isn’t it time we had something similar?

This webcast will introduce the TDRp framework and discuss how it can help practitioners plan, measure, and manage to deliver business impact using a standard, yet flexible, approach that will help you become a valued, strategic business partner. Examples will be provided for learning and development.


In particular, Dave Vance, executive director of the Center for Talent Reporting, will discuss:

  • what types of measures should be reported
  • how to organize measures into three standard TDRp statements
  • how to create three management reports from the key measures in the three statements
  • how to show alignment and expected impact of talent initiatives
  • how to use the reports to execute with discipline.
     

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David Vance
David Vance

Executive Director, Center for Talent Reporting

David Vance is the executive director of the Center for Talent Reporting, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation and implementation of standards for human capital measurement, reporting, and management. He is the former President of Caterpillar University, which he founded in 2001. Until his retirement in January 2007, he was responsible for ensuring that the right education, training, and leadership were provided to achieve corporate goals and efficiently meet the learning needs of Caterpillar and dealer employees. Prior to this position, Dave was chief economist and head of the business intelligence group at Caterpillar, responsible for economic outlooks, sales forecasts, market research, competitive analysis, and business information systems.

Dave received a bachelor of science degree in political science from M.I.T. in 1974, a master of science degree in business administration from Indiana University (South Bend) in 1983, and a PhD in economics from the University of Notre Dame in 1988. Dave was named 2006 Chief Learning Officer (CLO) of the Year by Chief Learning Officer magazine. He also was named 2004 Corporate University Leader of the Year by the International Quality and Productivity Center in their annual CUBIC (Corporate University Best in Class) Awards. Dave is a frequent speaker at learning conferences and association meetings. He conducts workshops on managing the learning function, and teaches in the PhD programs at Bellevue University and the University of Southern Mississippi. He also is a trustee and lead independent director for State Farm Mutual Funds. His first book, The Business of Learning: How to Manage Corporate Training to Improve Your Bottom Line, was published in October 2010.
 


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