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Karen O' Leonard (more research by Karen O' Leonard)
Recognized as the training industry’s most trusted source of data on training budgets, staffing, and programs, The Corporate Learning Factbook 2013 provides key training benchmarks and valuable guidance to help L&D executives make the right investment decisions.
For the first time, this year’s
report breaks out metrics for organizations at different levels of L&D
maturity. In addition, this year’s study gathered more detailed spending data
on outsourced services, including external instruction and facilitation,
content development, and other training products and services. The report
includes data from more than 300 training organizations, representing a broad
cross-section of company sizes and industries.
The Corporate Learning Factbook 2013 is a critical document for L&D executives who need to
benchmark their organizations and establish efficiency metrics. Broken down by
company size, industry, and L&D maturity level, the report includes data on
training expenditures, staffing, training volume, cost per student hour, and delivery
methods. Data and analysis is provided around the following trends:
Why Leaders Need This Report
The Corporate Learning Factbook
is a well-regarded and widely referenced report, particularly valuable for guiding
crucial decisions and validating upcoming investments. Now in its eighth year,
our Factbook provides leaders with the vital data they can use to benchmark and
identify their own organizations’ potential strengths and shortcomings. The
metrics included in the report can become part of a sound measurement strategy,
putting organizations on a path to consistently assessing and improving their L&D
addition, Bersin research members may be able to attain custom benchmarking
results for their organization. Bersin by Deloitte's scorecards,
assessments, and services help organizations assess and consistently improve
their training and organizational learning strategies.
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