Only 44 percent of companies attempt to measure the results of training--and even fewer measure their return on investment in financial terms, says a report by the New York City-based Conference Board. Despite the lack of hard numbers, however, 97 percent of the 315 executives surveyed said they "agree" or "strongly agree" that training at their companies will increase. Of those who do measure training, the primary reason given for doing so is "to be a strategic partner"; in other words, to ...

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