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A Practical Guide to Creating Measurable Hypothesis for Your Learning Experiments

Today’s fast paced and uncertain world requires a more agile and adaptable approach to learning.

The most successful L&D teams aren't spending months building out extensive learning programmes. Why? Because they experiment, and they know that a good experiment starts with a measurable hypothesis. 

This guide will take you through a step-by-step process to help you craft solid hypotheses for your learning experiments.

  • How to use experiments to create continuous cycles of improvement. 
  • Precise steps to create your own hypothesis. 
  • A case study of how one Fuse customer's experiment led to 185% employee engagement in a month. 
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