Case Studies ..
Allsante Insurance Channel Partner Conference: Part Two
The Allsante Encounter was designed to increase company sales and profits by engaging independent agents and brokers. The initiative was threatened by budget cuts and this study helped leadership defend the existing investment, justify future investment and create an action plan that overcame existing barriers to performance and improved future programs. Part Two of the study completed six months post event.
Allsante Insurance Channel Partner Conference: Part One
The Allsante Encounter was designed to increase company sales and profits by engaging independent agents and brokers. The initiative was threatened by budget cuts and this study helped leadership defend the existing investment, justify future investment and create an action plan that overcame existing barriers to performance and improved future programs. Part One of the study completed three months post-event.
Measuring and Maximizing the Impact of a Hybrid Event
Virtual meetings and events have become mainstream. Hybrids, where virtual event technology extends the reach of traditional events, are receiving much well-deserved attention. But, are they effective? This case study revels answers to this question and uses findings to drive evidence-based continuous improvement.
Call For Engagement Case Studies
Call for Case Studies for a New Book, ROI of Engagement
A Partnership Project between the ROI Institute and Catalyst Performance Group, Inc.
In the past decade, much progress has been made in measuring the impact and ROI in a variety of types of people performance programs. Through a joint effort between the ROI Institute and Catalyst Performance Group , we will publish ROI of Engagement, a how to book and casebook that will feature studies that show the impact and value of engagement programs.
Engagement has never been more important than it is today. With the pressure to deliver more with less, organizations must ensure that programs are delivering value. This is particularly important for expensive, high-profile, and highly visible (even controversial) programs. Value must be expressed in terms that top administrators and executives understand. Today, this means impact, sometimes monetary value and intangible benefits, and, yes, the financial return on investment.
Case studies are needed for all types of coaching. Success is measured by:
Reaction and Perceived Value
Learning and Confidence
Application and Behavior Change
Return on Investment
Cases will be considered if success is measured at any level. Preference will be given to case studies evaluated at the impact and ROI levels.
Each case study should describe the project and the surrounding issues and concerns that led to the evaluation. The methods used are fully described, including the data collection, analysis, and reporting. Ideally, case studies should show how the impact of the program is isolated from other influences. The goal is to show credible case studies that will serve as examples and learning tools for others.
Publishing a case study in this new book is an excellent way to show the great work of many organizations. It provides recognition and respect to the important and valuable engagement projects. It is also a great way to recognize those individuals who make the difference in designing, developing, implementing and supporting engagement projects.
The deadline for submission is May 30, 2010. Exceptions may be made under special circumstances if appropriate arrangements are made. The book is planned for publication in 2011.
For additional information, contact us. Grants are available. Ask for details.