Are you struggling to prove the value of learning to CEOs and executives?
Traditionally, it’s been difficult for L&D professionals to measure the return on learning investment, especially in ways that make sense to executives and CEOs. You know that time dedicated to learning is well spent, but how can you convince stakeholders? Creating a compelling business case for learning is one way to gain buy-in and mindshare of key executives at your organization.
Our free guide helps you make the business case for learning
In this guide, you’ll learn:
- What is immersive learning?
- The problem with outdated learning models
- The power of immersive learning experiences
- How to make the business case for learning
- How to calculate return on learning investment (ROLI)
- How to influence the variables in the ROLI formula
- How to gain buy-in from internal stakeholders at your organization
- A case study showing demonstrable L&D results
You’ll also get a one-page template you can use to build your own business case.
More about this guide
L&D leaders are well-versed in the value of immersive learning experiences, but it can be a struggle to translate that into a business case that secures the necessary resources for designing, developing, and deploying a transformative learning experience.
Whether you’re an L&D professional, a leader responsible for developing your department, or an advocate for learning at your organization, it’s important to understand how to make a solid business case for employee learning and development.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Immersive learning and/or training puts learners in an interactive learning environment—either onsite or virtually—that replicates real-life challenges. It provides a risk-free way for learners to fully connect with real-world content using a variety of modes that maximize learner engagement to develop new knowledge and skills.
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