Donald L. Kirkpatrick James D. Kirkpatrick
Evaluating Training Programs: The Four Levels
September 10, 2018 Comments.. 834
Evaluating Training Programs The Four Levels The Kirkpatrick Model for evaluating training programs is the most widely used approach in the corporate government and academic worlds First developed in it focuses on four key areas reaction

  • Title: Evaluating Training Programs: The Four Levels
  • Author: Donald L. Kirkpatrick James D. Kirkpatrick
  • ISBN: 9781576753484
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Kirkpatrick Model for evaluating training programs is the most widely used approach in the corporate, government, and academic worlds First developed in 1959, it focuses on four key areas reaction, learning, behavior, and results Evaluating Training Programs provides a comprehensive guide to Kirkpatrick s four level model, along with detailed case studies that sThe Kirkpatrick Model for evaluating training programs is the most widely used approach in the corporate, government, and academic worlds First developed in 1959, it focuses on four key areas reaction, learning, behavior, and results Evaluating Training Programs provides a comprehensive guide to Kirkpatrick s four level model, along with detailed case studies that show how the approach is used successfully in a wide range of programs and institutions The third edition revises and updates existing material and includes new strategies for managing change effectively.

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    1. Huong Man says:

      Worth reading as it provides with concepts how to evaluate a training program by four levels. This four-level model was mentioned and applied in Google (referred Work Rules of Laszlo Bock) and it's useful. While first 2 levels are easy to assess at the end of courses, the other 2 ones required more effort and systematic measurement/ data to conclude. However, if the organization considers training & development activities are important for business, it must be read and tried.

    2. Renee says:

      As an L&D Manager, I thought I should read this because the Kirkpatrick Levels are such a foundation of evaluating training programs. But the book was pretty terrible, with just a few useful tidbits here and there. I'm going to try How to Measure Training Results by Jack Phillips & Ron Stone instead.

    3. Jeromy Peacock says:

      This provides a great foundation to building a good training program. I will definitely be referring back to this book in the future.5 stars = Yearly re-read4 stars = Re-read eventually3 stars = Very Good2 stars = OK1 stars = Pass on this one.0 stars = Couldn't finish it.

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