How to REALLY measure the impact of your learning strategy
A look at how Bally's is taking a holistic approach to learning data with THRIVE Data Lab
Building a learning data strategy that drives measurable impact requires a fresh approach to analytics.
We need to go beyond basic data insight to pinpoint the business challenges that L&D can really move the needle on.
We explored how to do just that.
THRIVE’s very own data wizard, Ian Blackburn, teamed up with Matty Hogarth, Learning & Development Manager at Bally’s, the global casino-entertainment company, to chat about how they’re going from basic data insight to generating solutions to big picture, business-wide challenges.
You’ll hear about:
- How THRIVE Data Lab is taking learning data to the next level
- Bally’s and THRIVE taking a consultative approach to analytics
- The impact that Bally’s L&D team is having on solving key business challenges
- Practical tips for your own holistic data strategy.
Matty Hogarth, L&D Manager at Bally's
Matty is a learning designer, strategist, and technology specialist. He has experience across hospitality, events, gaming and technology industries, and is currently responsible for developing the Technology and Product talent at Bally’s Interactive. His passions include the neuroscience of learning, data-driven strategy, the innovation of our industry to leave behind outdated and unhelpful practice, as well as ice hockey and cheese.
Ian Blackburn, Head of Analytics at THRIVE
Ian is a data enthusiast focused on creating environments where L&D teams can successfully implement learning analytics strategies to measure the impact of their work. Drawing on 10 years’ experience in various roles revolving around data, Ian heads up the Data Lab team at THRIVE to help bridge the gap between L&D teams’ efforts and their organisational goals. Ian has hosted workshops for some of the world’s biggest brands, supporting teams at all different stages of their learning analytics journey, and continues to develop these tools and processes for the Data Lab customers at THRIVE.