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Unformatted text preview: ating ROI (using a non training example) – ZDNet at the Whiteboard Watch the video (Length: 04:13) ROI, or Return on Investment, is an analysis tool used to calculate a project's expected benefit in light of its costs. 1 of 7 12-06-12 7:50 PM eConcordia - Introduction to Training and Development - Lesso... http://www.econcordia.com/courses/training_development/_lib/... Procter & Gamble- Measuring ROI Watch the video (Length: 03:31) Procter and Gamble (P&G) believes that the closer an individual is to the business, the easier it is to make evaluations; the further away one is, the harder. Slide 3: Costing Training Programs Costing: The process of identifying all the expenditures used in training. Costing Approaches According to stages of the design process needs analysis, program development, delivery and evaluation. According to nature or kind of costs: Five Cost Categories Costs that are directly linked to the training program. e.g. trainer salary and benefits, equipment rental, room rental, course materials, food/refreshments, travel. 1. Dire...
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2013 for the course EDUC 240 taught by Professor Dr.stevenshaw,dr.patrickdevey during the Winter '12 term at Concordia Canada.

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