Mary Broad in her research on adult learning transfer states that only 10% – 30% of learning is transferred into performance. Accessing the 70% -90% is a matter of managing the learning transfer process – it’s not costly and merely requires alignment To ensure we get a higher return we use the LTSI.
Each programme uses the Learning Transfer Systems Inventory® to ensure learning is transferred into performance and people actually deliver a performance change. The organisations culture to support learning transfer is assessed and an evaluation of the impact on performance is provided using the Transferlogix® process.
Accessing the 70% -90% is a matter of managing the learning transfer process – it’s not costly and merely requires alignment.
The LTSI has been validated in 24 countries and focuses on the 16 factors which enable people to transfer their learning into performance.
Prof Ed Holton developed and validated the Transferlogix® as a result of the research on learning transfer. The lack of learning adhesion in organisations is the focus of his research.
His research looks at what needs to be in place to ensure that learning is transferred into performance.
The result is the Transferlogix® process which is an integrated, web based quality assurance system which if followed increases the ability of individuals, teams and companies to ensure learning is driven into performance. It wraps around the leadership learning process and combines with the Strategic Leadership Development process to provide a consistent and seamless delivery at every stage.
At the heart of the system is the unique Learning Transfer Systems Inventory®. Which monitors the stakeholders in the learning process and makes them responsible and accountable for ensuring learning is transferred and adhesion is improved.
TLX provides a seamless, integrated web based system to cut down paperwork and time wasting administration.
The whole system takes you through the learning process from defining behaviours and the link with to the business strategy, to whether learning is being transferred using the Learning Transfer Systems Inventory® (a unique and validated in 24 countries) to a pre and post 360 degree behavioural analysis, to transfer evaluation and a return on investment calculation to ensure value is added.
A uniquely integrated approach to the learning provision it offers companies a way of monitoring the added value of their learning interventions and ultimately their budget. It provides HR with evidenced based data, rather than anecdotal feedback, to ensure accountability and responsibility of the stakeholders for ensuring learning is transferred.
It provides 720 degree assessment and evaluation of performance and provides a return on investment calculation to show how the programme adds value.