The Learning Performance Benchmark helps you reflect on your current learning strategy, highlights areas of improvement and shows you how your organization compares to others. Whatever your starting point, our Learning Performance Benchmark analyzes where you are now, where you want to be and how to get there faster.
Learning Performance Benchmark
What is the Learning Performance Benchmark?
The Learning Performance Benchmark is a series of questions that will help you reflect on your current learning strategy, highlights areas of improvement and shows you how your organization compares to others.
Complete the Learning Performance Benchmark in 3 simple steps:
1. Register an
We just need a few details to help you to get started. All the information you provide is anonymous and confidential, and it won't cost you anything to create your account.
2. Complete your
four part review
Review your company's current L&D offering, including your organization's vision, strategy, technology and challenges.
3. Get your
After you've completed the review, you'll gain access to a personalized, interactive dashboard.
What does the LPB offer?
Rich insights - and robust evidence
Review your learning against your peers’
Our annual community reports, summarizing the insights from LPB, demonstrate our commitment to the learning industry. Your participation helps organizations empower people to thrive in work and life.
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Effect real, long-lasting change
We’ve helped hundreds of L&D professionals advance their organizations’ learning strategies.
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Your data is used exclusively for research purposes. It’s stored in a GDPR-compliant UK database, because anonymity and confidentiality are of the utmost importance to us.
Frequently Asked Questions
View the most commonly asked questions about the Learning Performance Benchmark.
The Benchmark helps you take the next step in becoming a high-performing learning organization. Ensuring your learning strategy is evidence-led and delivers real impact. Completing your Benchmark gives you access to your own personalized results dashboard. Through this, you can explore your organization’s learning strategy by focusing on culture, alignment, digitalization, strategy in practice, learning design and leadership.
We also recommend taking the Benchmark every year to help track your improvement and inform your learning strategy.
All learning professionals are encouraged to take part and make time to reflect on how learning helps their business. Especially those that are overseeing a team or department.
The Learning Performance Benchmark is free.
It’s the only free, independent and confidential benchmark available to learning and development professionals.
We first ask for demographic information such as: organization size, geographic spread and industry. This enables us to build your personalized results and means we can accurately benchmark your L&D strategy against organizations similar to you.
It is then divided into four parts exploring: vision, resources and impact; strategy in practice and culture; technology, tools and access and finally looking at challenges preventing you from getting the most out of your L&D strategy.
There are two main sections. Firstly, a four-part review. Giving you time to reflect on your strategy, shed light on any gaps and identify opportunities for the future.
Then, when your review is complete, you’ll get instant personalized results showing your learning maturity score. As well as clear benchmarks of where your results sit against your peers.
Roughly 60 minutes.
No, participants can save their progress and complete it later.
A clear, dashboard break-down displaying your learning maturity score, learning maturity stage, six key components (Strategic and business alignment, Employee experience, Environment, Talent and culture, L&D team capabilities, Organizational engagement and Learning impact) and overall benchmark participant trends.
Each page includes interactive graphs with the ability to filter by industry, region, and organization size. As well as insights on how to progress to higher maturity, including links to further reading.
Your score is an aggregate of 96 strategic behaviors, measured on a scale of 1–100. It tracks the overall health of your organization's learning strategy, and establishes a baseline for the coming year. In this way, your score indicates not only the impact of your L&D strategy in practice, but also the extent of your digital innovation, and how well your organization is embedding behavioral change.
The learning maturity score has a positive relationship to the four strategic levers of business: