Webvent

Build and implement a comprehensive evaluation strategy

Tuesday, June 29, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Laurent Balague, Product Strategist & Learning Impact Business Product Owner, Docebo Inc.
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During this session we’ll talk about building a comprehensive evaluation strategy that addresses the big challenge of accountability and how to avoid scrap survey and analytics. You will learn why soft and hard data are necessary, how to collect them at scale, and how to turn them into actionable insights and best practices per Kirkpatrick levels: 0,1,2,3,4.

You will learn about:

  • How to define and implement an evaluation strategy and best practices
  • The pros and cons of DIY versus best-of-breed solutions
  • Success stories and concrete examples
     

Presenter

Laurent Balague
Laurent Balague

Product Strategist & Learning Impact Business Product Owner, Docebo Inc.

Laurent Balague is a product strategist and learning impact business product owner at Docebo. He is a thought leader in learning analytics and the former CEO and co-founder of Formetris. Docebo provides SaaS solutions to measure and analyze learning impact in terms of new skills, behaviors, and business outcomes at large scale and for all types of programs. Laurent has helped hundreds of companies improve learning performance, through pragmatic, ambitious, and customized evaluation strategies. A graduate of l’Ecole Polytechnique in France, Laurent started his career as a consultant with McKinsey & Company in France and North America. He then joined Faurecia as a lean manufacturing expert. It was during these first professional experiences that he developed his perspectives on corporate L&D and the necessity of implementing smarter analytics. As a learning analytics leader, Laurent facilitates workshops, presentations, and panel discussions across Europe and North America.


Sponsors

  • Docebo

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