TIS has had a long and successful track record of partnering and assisting organizations around the world with learning consulting services. We specialize in analyzing an organization’s current learning function, employee skill gaps, and strategic goals, and designing effective learning roadmaps that address the gaps and help drive measurable business results. With our expertise in designing learner-centric solutions, we truly understand how to cultivate an effective, engaging and result-driven learning environment.
Learning analytics provides answers about learners and how they interact with training material.
TIS' learning analytics framework can work at multiple levels of an enterprise.
TIS' proprietary learning methodology CERT (Comprehend-Examine-Recommend-Transform), focuses equally on strategic macro and implementation (micro) processes, ensuring that all learning-related areas of an organization work at the highest efficiency. TIS' ultimate goal is to convert an organization's L&D Department into a world-class Learning Organization.
TIS' enormous experience and range of expertise, coupled with the CERT methodology, ensures that not only does it understand the specificities of the client requirements, it can also:
TIS offers learning consulting services that can help align an organization's L&D initiatives to its business goals and outcomes. TIS also offers training & consultancy services to implement Talent Development Reporting principles (TDRp) for all human capital processes, including Learning and Development, Leadership Development, Talent Acquisition, Performance Management, Capability Management and Total Rewards.
TIS is a founding Bronze sponsor of the Center for Talent Reporting (CTR) - a non-profit organization that has established a framework for TDRp.
Through our TDRP consulting services, TIS will help you align your organization's L&D initiatives to your business goals and outcomes, making comprehensive analysis and reporting possible.
What is TDRP?
TDRp is one of the most significant developments in the Learning and Development (L&D) space in recent times, leading the way toward standardized and quantifiable methods of evaluating an organization's L&D activities. It's like the learning industry's equivalent of GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles). In the words of Dave Vance, one of the pioneers of the development of the TDR Principles, the framework would answer the following questions: