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We took the operational approach to training—from design to measurement—and distilled it down to a short, illustrated, easy-to-read book.
We walk through the problems with academic, top-down training and explain why business process-focused training is the solution.
And then we walk through why scheduled training is a check-the-box approach and show how to deliver training triggered by something an employee actually does.
And then we close the whole thing out by explaining why traditional metrics don't work—and how to use real metrics that result in a business case. (We even do the math!)
When you truly think operationally, it's transformative. Thinking about compliance training in terms of business operations changes a lot.
It's easiest to see how this works when you contrast the "operational" and "traditional" approach. So we put all of these into an infographic that contrasts the two.
Hey, remember when the Department of Justice released their Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, and you were like “wow, I bet this would be useful if I had a million hours to figure out how to translate it into something we can use?”
Well, we’ve got you covered.
This roadmap is part of our toolkit that helps you implement the DOJ’s guidance—it organizes the DOJ’s questions into operational categories to make project planning a breeze. (You might even get some preview pages of the workbook from our toolkit, too!)
Stop worrying about "best practices." They don't matter.
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