Posted by Julie Delazyn
As we near the end of the year, we’d like to highlight some of the most popular presentations we’ve featured here on the blog in 2012.
We have been sharing many presentations with you on our Questionmark SlideShare page – a great way to pass along what, our partners and customers have been learning about effective assessment and measurement I read and answer comments all the time from LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and, most recently, Google+ about the value of these presentations as well as the ways in which they are being shared and used.
The five most popular presentations on our SlideShare page… Drumroll, please…
5. Assessment translation, localisation and adaptation (Sue Orchard, Comms Multilingual)
4. Alignment, Impact and Measurement with the A-model (Bruce C. Aaron, Ametrico)
3. Using a Blended Delivery Model to Drive Strategic Success for SAP Certification (Questionmark/SAP co-presentation)
2. Measuring Social Learning in SharePoint with Assessments (John Kleeman, Questionmark)
1. Assess to Comply: how else can you be sure that employees understand? (John Kleeman, Questionmark)
Feel free to comment, share and let us know in which ways these have helped you!
Stay tuned next week for our 5 most-viewed videos of 2012.
I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season and anticipating a peaceful and progressive New Year!
One event we are looking forward to is a Customers Online Web Seminar to be presented at 1 p.m. Tuesday, January 26th, by Timothy Pospisil of the Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD). Timothy will explain how NPPD, the largest utility in the nation’s only all-public-power state, has integrated Questionmark Perception with SAP Learning Solution to streamline assessment and training.
Working within a highly-regulated industry, NPPD requires rigorous training and sound assessment of employees’ knowledge and competencies. The company wanted to achieve all this while providing a “one-stop learning shop” that would put employees in control of scheduling their own training and tracking their own progress. At the same time, NPPD wanted to give supervisors and managers oversight of their direct reports, training plans and progress. The one-stop shop, which makes it possible to manage computer-based training in the same system as final records, also requires robust, secure online exams that utilize a wide variety of question types.
The integration of Perception and SAP has greatly enhanced the training process for employees, particularly Nuclear Plant workers. Participants in this Web seminar will learn how this integration meets the strict requirements of a nuclear training program, understand the synergy between Perception and SAP, and find out what NPPD has learned as the first organization to integrate the two systems.
Prashanth Padmanabhan, Product Manager, SAP Enterprise Learning will provide a brief overview of the SAP/Questionmark integration. Consultants Jason Ichen and Van Vayntrub, who assisted NPPD with the implementation of SAP, will be available on the call to answer questions about the process.
Click here to sign up for this complimentary seminar.