Measure Twice, Cut Once: How Analysis Impacts Business Results


In this webinar, we demonstrate why the analysis phase is essential to a successful training initiative. We also show how analysis reveals problems contributing to a lack of performance, explore commonly used analysis techniques that help uncover the root causes, and demonstrate how the analysis phase links to effective training design. Then, we put theory into practice by sharing two case studies from recent client analysis projects.

Why attend our analysis webinar?


Effective instructional design starts with analysis… but who has time for that? Many organizations say they want to conduct analysis before designing training, only to remove it from the plan when budgets and timelines get tight. This leads to the creation of ineffective learning solutions that fail to drive desired performance outcomes. Meanwhile, underlying business problems that were not related to training at all simply get missed.

In this webinar you will:

  • Identify the right type of analysis to perform depending on the business need.
  • Discover best practices for gathering data such as observations, virtual focus groups and surveys.
  • Explore two case studies that demonstrate how analysis techniques are put in practice in the workplace.
  • Apply analysis results effectively to influence training program design.
  • Access a worksheet that can be used to start a training needs analysis project.

About Bottom-Line Performance


Since 1995, BLP has helped organizations create the right learning solution. Whether you have a complex problem to solve, product to launch, or process to implement, our in-house team partners with you every step of the way to design for your desired outcome and develop the right mix of tools: web and mobile apps, eLearning, serious games and gamification, video, and highly interactive instructor-led training to name a few. The end result? Award-winning solutions that solve problems, inspire people to act, and help people learn.

We are also the creators of Knowledge Guru®, a training reinforcement platform that uses adaptive learning, game-based learning, and microlearning to increase knowledge retention and improve performance.