Docebo and Brandon Hall Group team up to show how to measure the ROI of informal learning

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Athens, Ga., USA, (Nov. 24, 2015) — People are better prepared to succeed at their jobs after receiving informal training rather than formal instruction, yet most organizations still concentrate their teaching resources in the classroom and on coursework.

David Wentworth, principal analyst with Brandon Hall Group, and Alessio Artuffo, COO for Docebo NA Inc, will co-host a free webinar on Dec. 1 to examine the untapped potential of informal and social learning, and to share ideas for measuring the benefits of introducing the 70:20:10 learning framework in an organization’s training strategy.

“Research now shows what we’ve suspected for many years: that people learn more through informal channels, on-the-job experiences, and coaching than they do through more formal means,” Artuffo said. “But that organizations concentrate their efforts on providing employees with a formal learning experience tells us that companies are missing out on the opportunity to help their people retain more of what they’re learning.”

The upcoming webinar, “Measuring the ROI of Informal Learning,” starts at 1 p.m. EST on Dec. 1. Attendees should register ahead of time to reserve their spot for the one-hour session.

The webinar will explore:

  • The 70:20:10 learning framework and its relevance to today’s eLearning market;
  • How to use informal learning to boost knowledge retention;
  • Strategies to measure social and informal learning;
  • How real companies are implementing social and informal learning.

“Today’s workers can choose from a diverse spectrum of learning opportunities and experiences,” Alessio said. “The growing accessibility to digital learning is changing the way organizations should think about the ‘70:20’ elements of the 70:20:10 learning model.

 

About Docebo

Docebo’s Cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Enterprise learning management system (LMS) is sold in more than 80 countries. Established in 2005, Docebo (Latin for “I will teach”) has more than 28,000 installations and offers an enterprise solution for mid-size to large organizations. Customers benefit from Docebo solutions thanks to a scalable pricing model, a third party integration (via API), and reliable service available 24/7 to further enhance the user experience.