The reporting of learning can easily take over a lot of our time. Over the last 25 years, I must have encountered every issue and gremlin that can cause reporting difficulties. I’ve learned to plan reporting up-front and to not leave it as the after-thought and in the first of two posts I outlined some things to consider when developing your own reporting strategy and plan.
In this second post I will focus on the delivery of your reporting approach. I’ll be sharing the lessons I’ve learned – usually after-the-event – so that you can include them within your own plans. Forearmed is forewarned, as they say. Continue reading “Delivering a successful learning report”