P&L Month - Toronto Chapter: 9 Things to Know About Productivity in Learning
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P&L Month - Toronto Chapter: 9 Things to Know About Productivity in Learning

The importance of learning is generally acknowledged at all levels of the organization. However; when the time comes to actually design and develop programs, learning professionals are usually faced with resistance and disbelief by stakeholders who have difficulty grasping how long and how much effort it takes to produce one hour of learning. Creating a reliable source of data that tells the productivity story, for your unique set of circumstances, goes a long way in breaking down these barriers

When: Tuesday, September 24, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: CIBC, Atrium on Bay
595 Bay Street, 14th floor
Toronto, Ontario  M5G 2C2
Presenter: Juan Naranjo
Contact: Pat Lockhart
416-367-5900 ext. 242

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This session will provide you with the information necessary to benchmark your department against industry standards and add sound financials to your business case.The session is about the power of knowing what you really produce and how you produce it.

During this interactive experience, you will gain insight into how to track the hours you actually take to design and develop one hour of learning, how you can measure your output in Learning Hours Produced (LHP), the relationship of these with ROI and how to make smart resource decisions based on the management of this data. You will explore how to calculate your department’s competitiveness compared to external vendors and make build Vs. buy decisions based on actual data.

What you will take away with you:

·         Insight into the cost and effort involved in delivering their services.

·         Best practices for building  a system to measure L&D productivity

·         Best practices you can use and pitfalls to avoid;

·         Key relevant information you can include in your productivity reports.

·         Insight into the technical and change management requirements needed to build a successful digital productivity measurement system.

·         A better understanding of ways to calculate ROI

Target audience for the session: Any learning professional interested in understanding how to manage and maximize the productivity of their learning function.

Date: Tuesday, September 24, 2019.

• 6:00 – 6:30 pm Networking and Lite Dinner
• 6:30 – 8:00 pm Session
• 8:00 – 8:30 pm Q&A 

Atrium on Bay
595 Bay Street, 14th floor, Toronto M5G 2C2


Juan Naranjo has combined his knowledge of Economics and Management with the world of Adult Education to produce innovative digital solutions that increase productivity and allow organizations to better assess the return on investment of their Design and Development departments. He has 20 years’ experience in the world of corporate education, where he has played an active role in the deployment of groundbreaking projects like the development of one of the first virtual universities in the world and the creation of one of the first digital learning programs for a corporate university in Latin America. Currently, he is participating in the successful transformation of the Organization Development department at Rogers Communications, where the company has moved to a model that allows to Learning to be run as a business.

Juan’s other love is sculpture. He has been awarded an Honorable Mention by The Ontario Society of Artists and has held multiple shows in various galleries across the city of Toronto.

Are you a certified member? This counts towards your CEUs and is equal to 2 hours of certification maintenance.

Members: $35.00 + tax
Non-Members: $50.00 + tax

Please indicate any dietary restrictions. 

ACCESS TO THE BUILDING:  Access to Atrium On Bay (AOB) is not available after 6pm. After 6 pm, please enter by the Red Lobster entrance to the Atrium on Bay.  If you are coming from the subway, please take the escalator to the upper floor and proceed to the elevators located by Red Lobster.”

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