Instruction isn’t just about Knowledge – it’s about the Knowledge & Skills Required to Perform Back-on-the-Job.
Measuring Impact is about the Performance Measures, Back-on-the-Job.
And while most Processes are Informal and are not Formally named, measured, or managed, Master Performers have figured out both How they are Measured and How to Guarantee their own Success.
Analysts determine all of that during Instructional Analysis. They determine the baselines for the key measures of outputs and process’ tasks and measure them afterward, post-Instruction. It’s not about some people’s ROE – Return on Expectations – it’s all about the CFO’s ROE – Return on Equity – the Shareholder’s Equity – that shouldn’t be squandered due to a lack of focus on the Performance Requirements when targeting investments in Instruction.
This video is 5:21 minutes in length.