Anderson’s model of Evaluation is very high level – or ‘big picture’, and targets the organization as a whole. This is critical if you want to foster a culture of evaluation in L&D and when you target the organization as a whole you can create a cycle of evaluation.

So how do you measure an entire organization?   This chart is- an organized method to determine which metrics and measurements  are needed to help guide decision making on evaluation for an organization. It is again a high level overview, but I think it could be applied departmentally as well.

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