My people have been trained; why is it not making a difference? Part 1

Two people discussing and working together

By Martin Royal

It's been well established that training initiatives often result in a limited transfer of new knowledge back into the workplace. While you'll commonly hear that only 10% of what employees learn is implemented, this figure is actually closer to an average of 47%. According to a study done by Saks & Belcourt (2006), almost half of the information gained through training, by members of a training and development society, found its way into the workplace within a year of training. In any case, what this suggests is that the majority of training investment dollars don’t actually result in meaningful changes on the job.
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