On-demand webinar: The Total Economic Impact™ of Pluralsight

Demand for tech talent is huge, supply is scarce and existing tech talent needs continual renewal. You have currently invested or are looking to significantly invest in learning initiatives at your company. So, how do you measure the return on investment (ROI) from your programs?

We’ve commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential ROI for enterprises using our technology learning platform. Watch Principal Consultant at Forrester Jeffrey North in this on-demand webinar to learn how Pluralsight helps enterprises:

- Create faster, better products to the tune of $11.3 million in savings
- Save $6 million by retaining your best tech talent

- Onboard junior employees and new hires faster saving $1.8 million 

Meet our presenter

Jeffrey North

Principal Consultant, Forrester Consulting

Jeffrey North is a principal consultant with Forrester’s TEI consulting practice. The TEI methodology focuses on measuring and communicating the economic value of IT investments.

Jeff came to Forrester with consulting and operating experience, notably working with fast growth companies, including the digital strategy practice at Cambridge Technology Partners and the international and catalog business units at Staples.   

Recently Jeff worked in the Corporate Engagement group at The Nature Conservancy, specializing in valuation of natural infrastructure.  He was the program manager for the development of the Ecosystem Services Identification & Inventory (ESII) tool, a first-ever software app and web interface that enables corporations to quantify the benefits from natural assets in financial and engineering metrics.  

Jeff holds a BA (English, Economics and German) from St. Lawrence University, an MBA with a concentration in international management and finance from the Thunderbird School of International Management, and MA in Sustainability & Environmental Management from the Harvard University Extension School.

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