“96 percent of executives want to see the business impact of learning; yet only 8 percent receive it now. 74 percent of executives want to see ROI data, but only 4 percent have it now.”
ROI Institute 2009.
Business leaders agree on the value of developing staff and understand that investing in learning is a key strategic initiative. While the philosophy of this is understood, the specifics on the ROI gained from training remains ambiguous for most figures in senior management.
The Autodesk software portfolio has evolved from basic AutoCAD for 2D drafting to suites of specific tools for project lifecycles. The potential benefits are from this evolution are enormous – the question posed by management in terms of ROI is based around understanding the costs of disruption and upskilling while keeping the basics functional with a common sense approach.
Join us for a breakfast seminar to explore this topic – we will showcase relevant data and examples from our experiences and explore the options to run training sessions and measure success. The agenda is:
• Relevant statistics and challenges in the current market.
• Expense versus Investment- realistic expectations with short and long term goals for different groups.
• Specific examples of feedback and ROI from learning sessions.
• Brisbane Hilton Hotel: 1 October (8.30am – 10.30am) – Register
• Perth Hyatt Regency: 7 October (8.30 – 10.30am) – Register
• Melbourne Marriott Hotel: 8 October (8.30 – 10.30am) – Register
• Sydney Four Seasons: 14 October (8.30 – 10.30am) – Register