Metrics that Matter Autumn 2010 Edition announced by KnowledgeAdvisors

KnowledgeAdvisorsCHICAGO, Ill. (CitizenWire) — KnowledgeAdvisors, the world’s largest provider of learning and talent measurement solutions, today announced it has released the Autumn 2010 version of its proprietary analytics software, Metrics that Matter®. Metrics that Matter is a talent development reporting and analytic system that allows you to cost-effectively measure and increase the impact of your human capital processes from recruiting to leadership development. It is recognized as a standard in corporate, public sector, and commercial human capital practices.

The Autumn 2010 release highlights include:

Functional Experience

Multi-Level Analysis Report: A new problem solving data mining tool which allows a user to easily define attributes of learning, learners and evaluation content to create specific hierarchical levels. Report outputs will display data in these levels with lower levels nested beneath higher levels for easy analysis via expanding and collapsing layers of data.

Class Analysis Report: Take advantage of a comprehensive, client-ready summary of learner feedback for a single class. Delivered in either Word 2007 or PDF format, the Class Analysis Report presents data in charts, tabular and raw formats to facilitate analysis and comparison. Have the freedom to include MTM benchmarks and add or remove sections of the report to build the exact output you are looking for.

Expanded Word Downloads: Select reports with an additional output option whereby a new button appears on popular reports and allow for Word 2007 to better enable editing and sharing measurement results with stakeholders.

Scheduling Executive Summary Reports: Reap the benefit of conserving time and effort by pre-scheduling powerful executive summary reports for automated email distribution including the Talent Development Summary, Instructor Performance Summary and Course Effectiveness Summary.

Instant Collection Filter Creation: Organize your filters in advance of data collection which provides visibility into scheduled training without the precursor of collecting evaluations allowing better time management.

Email Delivery Log: Easily monitor evaluation email distribution to learners in one single action whereby the email log will provide a list of email counts for each course that were sent in the previous 24 hour period.

Turn On/Off Report Recommendations: A report preference option now exists to disable the report recommendations footer content when viewing, printing, and downloading reports which enables greater flexibility from generated reports.

Self-Created Custom Demographics in Measurement Programs: Control the authoring of custom demographics when using Measurement Programs saving time and enforcing a greater degree of independence.

Learning Activity Data Dashboard Widget: The newly expanded dashboard widget library includes one specific to activity data and is dedicated to displaying operation counts such as the number of instructors and courses utilized with trending arrows to provide perspective on activity patterns.

Regional Hierarchy Import: This flexible and powerful LMS integration enhancement allows for multiple learning locations to be imported as regions automatically into Metrics that Matter®, complimenting the course hierarchy imports.

User Experience

Enhanced User Interface: Clickable report icons, a quick add button to identify a favorite report, a redesigned report filter page and a more efficient workflow to do basic administrative functions will undoubtedly enhance one’s overall Metrics that Matter® experience and give power to the MTM Admin.

Informal Learning and Program Measurement Experience

Collect and Report Feedback for Informal Learning Programs: Take advantage of innovative yet simple solutions to gauge reaction and effectiveness of blended programs including programs with formal, informal and social learning elements. Experience features such as micro polls and pop-up surveys for point of interaction measurement in performance support systems and virtual knowledge networks. Access reporting enhancements that will allow filtering by platform, delivery method and media.

Strategic Program Measurement Enhancements: New program measurements that take into account formal and informal learning, allow for aggregation of program instances, drill down into program components and allow comparison amongst unique programs. Programs can be analyzed in isolation of discrete learning events and classes or compared against them at the user’s discretion.

“KnowledgeAdvisors is excited to unveil our new Autumn release which centers around increased functionality for measuring informal learning and strategic programs, the Multi-Level Analysis Report that displays hierarchical tiers of data for easier mining and numerous user enhancements. These brand new features all serve the purpose of continually ensuring a more value-added and meaningful customer experience,” stated Kent Barnett, CEO of KnowledgeAdvisors.

About KnowledgeAdvisors:

KnowledgeAdvisors is the world’s largest provider of learning and talent measurement solutions. Leading organizations access its measurement expertise and on-demand software to ensure a high-performing workforce. As thought leader in Human Capital Analytics, KnowledgeAdvisors provides the most comprehensive analytics solutions on the market. By combining measurement expertise, on-demand evaluation software, and integrated analytics solutions with benchmarking, organizations gain the necessary insights on how to best develop their workforce.

For more about KnowledgeAdvisors, visit: www.knowledgeadvisors.com .

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