Needs Analysis

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"Getting to Know You ...

Better Learning
Deeper Engagement
Controlled Pacing
Program Quality
Consistent Messaging
Resource Management

... Getting to Know All About You."

There are several dimensions in developing a Needs Analysis. The first that comes to mind for most companies is the collection of data. But that’s not why you come to Transform [11]. Anyone can do that!

We want to get to know you. We want to understand your company and your people. We want to know what would your dream program would look like. Why?

That’s a good question. We’re committed to delivering a program that isn’t cookie-cutter. Our programs provide engaging training that deliver transformative results. Depending on your goals and needs your may even see self-sustaining results and measurable ROI immediately.

Taking action

Fact-finding can often reveal the opposite of what we thought to be true. Finding that out early assures that the training you develop has relevance to the need.

Working directly with you, we develop a Plan of Action (POA) that delivers results. Understanding why the training is needed, and what you hope to solve by training, will assure you a solution.

Articulate Performance gap

Understanding the performance gap is vital in delivering you a course that fills the need. A well-defined performance gap will allow our team to focus on the need and deliver a product that is grounded in data.

We will lay out a course of action that will guide you to the results that you are looking for.

Transform [11] can deliver your training in many ways. Typically, we do individual, team and group training – in person or virtually.

If you have advanced needs for packaged courses, we can develop complete programs for Learning Management System (LMS) based delivery.

The return on investment is a given. Understanding the need for training will allow us to ensure that you get a return on your investment. When the program goes into a lifecycle review (six months to a year), Transform [11] can evaluate the training to ensure we hit the target.


To accurately access the scope of your project, it is important to consider all the tools available to collecting information. At that point, a course of action can be developed.

Direct Observation
Focus Groups


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