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M2M
"M2M" stands for "machine to machine" learning.
 
Management
Any positions within your organization that have managerial or oversight responsibilities for at least one or more internal audiences.
 
Manager Assessments
Manager assessments refer to the manager’s specific assessment of the employee’s performance against their goals and objectives. These assessments typically take the form of a numeric rating (1-5) with comments attached. Again, a performance management system enables the organization to establish standard assessment standards
 
Market / Competitive Intelligence
“Market or competitive intelligence” is the act of gathering and analyzing intelligence (e.g., company information, labor market statistics, general trends, talent data) in order to make strategic business decisions and maintain a competitive advantage. Sources of competitive intelligence include the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, salary survey data, and organizational charts.
 
Market Segments
An identifiable group of individuals or organizations with one or more similar characteristics or needs.
 
Mashup
In technology, a "mashup" is a web application that combines data from more than one source into a single integrated tool, thereby creating a new and distinct web service that was not originally provided by either source. Content used in mashups is typically sourced from a third party via a public interface or API; other methods of sourcing content for mashups include web feeds (e.g., RSS / really simple syndication), web services and screen-scraping.
 
 
 
Measurement / Measure
“Measurement” provides the information and data, which can then be used to monitor, analyze and evaluate. A "measure" is the extent, dimension or actual data element.
 
Measurement and Evaluation
Practices and processes to assess and analyze the effect and outcome of learning efforts, to judge those efforts against intended goals and business needs, and, at a broader level, to understand the relative efficiency, alignment, effectiveness and utilization of the entire L&D function.