We’re breaking down some of our favorite Reports to highlight metrics you can use to evaluate the effectiveness of your learning program and determine how you company is learning with Grovo.
These indicators will help you determine the impact learning with Grovo is having at your company:
- How much time are users spending on learning?
- How are users engaging with lessons?
- What is the most popular content?
How much time are users spending on learning
The Lesson Consumption Detail report is a great place to find out who is viewing what lessons and when.
- Use the “Time learning” column to calculate the total or average amount of time users spend learning (i.e. viewing lessons).
Put this into practice: Are users spending time browsing and starting lessons but having trouble completing them? Use the Lesson Consumption Detail “Completed” column to run a competition to see which user can improve their completion percentage the most within a set time.
How are users engaging with lessons
Depending on the focus of your learning program, we recommend looking at both assigned and self-driven learning to gauge the overall health of your program and engagement of learners.
The Lesson Consumption Detail report serves up quick insight into how users are viewing lessons.
- Use the “In assignment” column to determine if users view more lessons in assignments or by browsing lessons in the Library.
- Use the “Completed” column to find out what percentage of users complete lessons once they begin.
Put this into practice: Are you surprised at how much self-driven learning your team is doing? Build on that momentum by customizing an email template to suggest new lessons or share self-enroll links to promote even more exploratory learning.
What is the most popular content
Knowing the what content is most popular can help you identify and fill in any gaps in your learning strategy.
The Standard KPI dashboard is your one-stop-shop for company-wide trends.
- Use the Total Views section tells you how many lessons users are viewing in Grovo, including lessons viewed in assignments and by browsing. You can change the date range to capture weekly, monthly, or even quarterly trends.
- Most popular lesson and track lets you see the content your users are enjoying the most! You can then determine if this is content you assigned or if users found it on their own to help you make sure you’re sharing content with your team in the flow they learn best.
Put this into practice: If the most popular lessons are being viewed in assignments you may want to create a company initiative to encourage your team to drive their own learning more by browsing the Library.
Create a competition to see who at your organization can view the most lessons in the quarter. Then, have the person who browses the most lessons teach back some of their favorite takeaways to the rest of the team.