The Learning Performance Index: Profiling Strong and Dynamic Learning Environments

The Conference Board of Canada, 71 pages, September 1, 2016
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The Learning Performance Index is a proprietary tool for assessing the quality and effectiveness of organizational learning environments that can be implemented as an ongoing evaluation tool for regular monitoring and evaluation of learning and development programs and practices.

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The Learning Performance Index (LPI) is a robust organizational assessment framework designed to provide organizations with the ability to identify areas of strength and opportunities for improvement to workplace learning environments. It will help guide organizations in their learning strategies by giving them the means to make more informed decisions, identify strengths and opportunities for improvement, and assist in prioritizing learning and development needs by focusing attention and resources where they are needed most.

The LPI comprises 31 questions across four distinct areas or learning pillars—vision, knowledge management, organizational learning culture, and learning dynamics. Each of the four learning pillars is instrumental in affecting an organization’s learning environment, and each can affect specific outcomes differently from others.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Chapter 1—An Introduction to the Learning Performance Index

  • Measuring Workplace Learning
  • About This Report
  • Conclusion

Chapter 2— Impact of High LPI Organizations

  • Evaluating the Effectiveness of Learning and Development Activities
  • Outcomes of Strong LPI Organizations
  • Conclusion

Chapter 3—A Closer Look at the Four Pillars of Learning Performance

  • Learning Pillar One: Vision
  • Learning Pillar Two: Knowledge Management
  • Learning Pillar Three: Organizational Learning Culture
  • Learning Pillar Four: Learning Dynamics
  • Conclusion

Chapter 4—The LPI as a Diagnostic Tool for Assessing Learning Environments

  • Conclusion

Chapter 5—Conclusion

Appendix A—Survey Methodology and Respondent Profiles

  • The Learning and Development Outlook 12th and 13th Editions

Appendix B—Bibliography

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