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The Corporate Learning Factbook is recognized as the industry’s most trusted source of data on training spending, staffing and programs.
The Corporate Learning Factbook 2011 is the U.S. training industry's most complete and comprehensive study of corporate training budgets, spending, delivery volumes, staffing, and trends. In addition to facts and statistics, this annual report contains extensive market analysis as well as guidelines on the use of this information for benchmarking your own organization with the study findings.
The Corporate Learning Factbook looks at metrics over multiple years, with data ranging from 2005 to 2010. So, not only do you get a snapshot of important learning metrics from this most recent year, but you also get information on important metrics in times of business growth.
The most recent study was conducted in partnership with Workforce Management magazine and includes data from 748 L&D organizations. The report is a must-have for L&D executives who want to benchmark their organizations and establish key efficiency metrics.
The report also provides data and analysis around the following trends:
In addition to information on U.S. training expenditures (including payroll spending), the Corporate Learning Factbook 2011 includes data on staffing, training volume, cost, delivery methods, and learning technology spending, broken down by company size and industry segment. For the first time, this year’s study includes spending on outsourced services and spending on informal learning tools and services.
Why You Need This Report