Organizations of all types, from large pharmaceutical companies, to global nonprofits, to trade associations, to global media conglomerates, to advertising firms have asked Will Thalheimer to lead them in building new learner surveys. While there is no one right way to do this, typically the process begins with educating the organization’s key stakeholders about the new methodology. This is followed by uncovering the goals for the learning metrics and then building iterative drafts until a pilot version (or versions) are ready. Piloting is done, lessons learned are gathered, and final modifications are made to create a new set of learner-survey questions — ones that are much improved in gathering data on learning effectiveness.
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