Key Performance Indicators
Specific metrics used to measure progress towards achieving desired outcomes.
Key performance indicators (KPIs)
Metrics used to evaluate the success of an organization or specific project.
See Kirkpatrick’s model.
A framework for evaluating the effectiveness of learning and development programs based on four levels of evaluation: reaction, learning, behavior, and results.
The process of acquiring new knowledge and skills through learning and development activities.
Knowledge Acquisition Check
A process for evaluating an individual’s ability to acquire new knowledge and skills.
The ability to apply knowledge and skills to real-world situations and achieve desired outcomes.
The process of improving and expanding an individual’s knowledge and skills through learning and development activities.
Knowledge implementation continuity
The process of ensuring that knowledge is effectively implemented and applied over time to achieve desired outcomes.
The process of identifying, capturing, and sharing knowledge within an organization to improve performance and achieve strategic goals.
Knowledge management systems
Tools and processes designed to capture, store, and share knowledge within an organization.
The ability to retain and apply knowledge over time.
Knowledge sharing platforms
Online tools and platforms designed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and information among individuals and groups.
Assessments designed to measure an individual’s knowledge and understanding of a particular subject or topic.
The process of sharing knowledge and skills from one individual or group to another.
Knowledge Transfer Plan
A plan for transferring knowledge and skills from one individual or group to another.