17th May 2017 at 2:48 pm #61906
Charles Cotter, PhDParticipant
Dear Accreditation/Materials Development Consultant
I would like to invite you to participate in my Ph.D research survey, which attempts to measure the strategic impact and value of Learning and Development (L&D) practices globally. The research objectives include:
• To determine the level of strategic maturity of current L&D practices;
• To determine the L&D capability gap index (i.e. differential between the status quo and perceived importance);
• To develop and conceptualize a strategic L&D scorecard/model and
• To recommend strategies to transform current L&D practices into a strategic learning partner.
By participating in this research survey, you will make a valuable contribution to the current level of understanding and insight regarding the strategic contribution of L&D practices, thereby expanding the body of knowledge in this field.
Thank you for taking out your valuable time to complete this questionnaire. The questionnaire comprises of a total of 175 items and it should not take longer than 25 minutes to complete. As a respondent, you can be assured of the strictest confidentiality of the information that you provide. In order to gain maximum benefit from this survey, it is important that you respond in an honest and truthful manner. Also please ensure that you answer all 175 questionnaire items.
I have made use of Survey Monkey as the on-line, data collection platform. Please refer to the survey link below:
I would respectfully request that you complete the questionnaire within one (1) week.
As a valued respondent, I am willing to share the findings/outcome of this research with you. Please e-mail the researcher email@example.com in this regard.
Furthermore, I would appreciate if you could circulate this survey within your global business network.
Again, thank you for your willingness to participate in this research survey. Your time and contribution to the professional development of L&D, is much appreciated.
Best wishes and regards.
Charles Cotter (Ph.D Researcher)
084 562 9446
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