The addition of the ROI at the very top highlights the importance of this model for all areas of the business.  Many L&D departments are given shoe string budgets, but a proper evaluation structure that can feed into and help to calculate an ROI in dollar value can help market L&D to a leadership team.

source: http://elearninginfographics.com/measure-the-roi-of-online-training-using-kirkpatricks-model-of-evaluation/

 

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