Posted by Julie Delazyn
Having employees “test out” of corporate training using diagnostic assessments can save valuable resources and improve motivation, but there are many factors to be considered.
How do you ensure that time spent developing a robust diagnostic assessment provides value to the business?
A team from PwC explained their approach to this at the Questionmark 2013 Users Conference, and we’re happy to share the handouts from their presentation with you.
The Half-Time Strategy: Saving Your Organization Time and Money with Diagnostic Testing includes examples of diagnostic test-out assessments for business-critical self-study programs. It explains how diagnostic assessments can help organizations save training time while still maintaining quality. It also includes tips for building defensible assessments that people can take to test out of training – and for minimizing the time people spend taking them.
Questionmark Users Conferences offer many opportunities to learn from the experience of fellow learning and assessment professionals. Registration is already open for the 2014 Users Conference March 4 – 7 in San Antonio, Texas. Plan to be there!