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State of the Industry

Thursday, March 12, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
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Laurie Miller, director of Research Services at ATD, and David Frankel, research specialist, will discuss benchmarking data from ATD BEST Awards Winners, and other organizations from 2006 to present. ATD estimates that U.S. organizations spent $1,208 per employee on training and development in 2013. The content from this webcast is drawn from ATD's 2014 State of the Industry report, which is sponsored by Skillsoft and the Ken Blanchard Companies.


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Laurie Miller is the director of ATD Research Services. In that capacity, she serves as ATD’s senior research program strategist and designer. She provides oversight and direction for all of ATD’s internal and external, industry specific, and market research services. Laurie can be contacted at lmiller@td.org.

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David began his ATD career in July 2012. He helps in the quarterly release of the Learning Executives Confidence Index (LXCI) and is involved in the process of conducting, analyzing, editing and publishing research reports as well as conducting market research internally at ATD. He wrote the Learning & Development Trends in India, 2014 report. He also supports the ATD Forum and their members.

David holds a bachelors of arts in psychology from the University of Michigan with a minor in applied statistics. He can be reached at dfrankel@td.org.


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  • Ken Blanchard Companies

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