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Most people get learning measurement wrong, says Kevin Yates on this week’s LNTV

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Learning Now TV, Jan 27: Most people are getting learning measurement wrong according to Kevin Yates who joins Nigel Paine on LNTV this week; Michelle Parry-Slater talks to the World Vision charity on making content inclusive; plus we hear from our regular commentators Robin Hoyle and Martin Couzins and the Learning News bulletin.

Kevin Yates joins Nigel Paine on Learning Now TV
Kevin Yates joins Nigel Paine on Learning Now TV 

On Learning Now TV this week world expert on learning measurement, Kevin Yates, shows how L&D's progress with measurement is failing and what it can do to get on track.

Michelle Parry-Slater talks to the international children’s charity, World Vision, which has been working on making its L&D content more inclusive.

Plus on LNTV we have Martin Couzins with a report from the Open University into learning trends, Robin Hoyle looks at supporting workers to make change and we have the latest news roundup from Learning News.

The next Learning Now tv live streamed programme is on Thursday Jan 27 at 10 am UK time. And the full programme will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.

The full programme of interviews and features for LNTV Jan 27:

  1. One of the world's experts on learning measurement Kevin Yates discusses why measuring the impact of training, learning, and talent development is so important and says that most people are doing it incorrectly.

  2. Michelle Parry-Slater presents our regular look at L&D in the Charity Sector and this month she features the international children’s charity World Vision which has been working on making their L&D content more inclusive.

  3. Robin Hoyle, our regular learning and performance commentator, presents a review of some work undertaken by McKinsey and Company focusing on how we best support learners to ensure change in their workplace skills and behaviour by using an approach McKinsey call '3 by 3 by 3'.

  4. Martin Couzins and Nigel Paine discuss the latest findings from an interesting report from the Open University called 'Trends in Learning' which contains comments from some of Europe's leading L&D commentators.

  5. Rob Clarke, principal at Learning News, presents our regular roundup of the latest industry news in the learning and performance sector.

The next Learning Now tv programme is on Jan 27 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.