Return on Investment in Training and Performance Improvement Programs

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Routledge, 2003 - Business & Economics - 375 pages
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The second edition of this bestselling book, 'Return on Investment in Training and Performance Improvement Programs,' guides you through a proven, results-based approach to calculating the Return on Investment in training and performance improvement programs.


Jack Phillips has composed user-friendly ROI calculations, plus:
*ten post-program data collection methods
*ten strategies for determining the amount of improvement that is directly linked to training programs
*ten techniques for converting both hard and soft data to monetary values

'Return on Investment in Training and Performance Improvement Programs, Second Edition' continues as a primary reference for learning how to utilize ROI to show the contribution of training, education, learning systems, performance improvement, and change initiatives throughout organizations.

The book also details implementation issues, provides worksheets, and pinpoints non-monetary program benefits. A case study takes the reader through the ROI process step-by-step.

* Applies the well-known ROI method to training programs
* Provides you with the tools to identify the key indicators for measurement and how to measure them effectively
* Summarizes in simple language everything practitioners need to do to sell, defend, or expand training initiatives to senior management

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Jack J. Phillips, PhD, is a world-renowned expert on measurement and evaluation and chair of the ROI Institute, Inc., which provides consulting services, workshops and keynote addresses for Fortune 500 companies and major organizations around the world. He developed the ROI MethodologyT, a revolutionary process that provides bottom-line figures and accountability for all types of training, performance improvement, human resources and technology programs and is used worldwide by corporations, governments and non-profit organizations. His expertise in measurement and evaluation is based on nearly thirty years of corporate experience in five industries. He has served as training and development manager at two Fortune 500 firms, senior HR officer at two firms, president of a regional federal savings bank, and management professor at a major state university. Phillips is the author or editor of more than 30 books and more than 100 articles.

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