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In today’s dynamic landscape, Learning Agility is essential! It refers to a combination of skills that make an individual learn from experience and apply insights from those experiences to perform effectively in challenging situations. The RAPID Learning Inventory indicates one’s approach to learning and change by measuring aspects such as agility, propensity to adapt, drive for results, and appetite for digital innovation.


The survey measures 20 dimensions across 5 salient clusters of agility.


Introspective- Reflects on one's thoughts, emotions, decisions, and behaviors.

Cognizant- Aware of personal strengths and weaknesses without blind spots.

Fluid- Focuses on self-evolution.

Secure- Recognizes intangible goals to achieve secure outcomes.


Ideating- Envisions the future and acts towards making it a reality.

Daring- Tinkers with new ideas despite uncertain outcomes.

Pioneering- Generates creative solutions to problems.

Navigating- Navigates through winds of change.


Driven- Strives to realize goals and targets.

Resourceful- Applies the toolkit to achieve set objectives.

Prompt- Moves swiftly from thoughts to actions.

Impactful- Delivers impactful results that garner support.


Assimilative- Solicits and accepts feedback from others while considering its merits.

Tenacious- Stays calm and works with others during conflict.

Synergetic- Collaborates to generate unique opportunities for learning.

Bold- Confronts interpersonal differences rather than being threatened by it.


Foreseeing- Anticipates and prepares for shifts in future landscapes.

Proactive- Enables a ripple effect for digital initiatives.

Nonlinear- Makes connections and draws conclusions from seemingly unrelated concepts or ideas.

Objective- Integrates data with informed intuition.

Use Cases


High-Potential Identification

Development & Promotions

Test Description

Each dimension consists of a set of statements that are presented to the participant. The short statement is followed by response options on a 4 point Likert scale (For example: Strongly Disagree to Strongly Agree). Participants are required to select one option out of four. There are no right or wrong answers. Instead, scores are used to determine where the participant stands on the dimension continuum. 

Testing Time

30-40 Minutes

Target Audience

Middle Managers, Senior Leaders


English + Other Languages on request


Our experts with I/O Psychology backgrounds follow guidelines of the BPS (British Psychological Society)


It is based on an integrated model that borrows from the works of eminent psychologists Lombardo and Eichinger (Conceptual Model of Learning Agility) and the Nine-factor model of learning agility (Burke et al., 2016). 

Rigour of Tool

Our tools come with robust reliability and validity standards and are based on validated scientific theories and practices.

Reliability refers to the degree to which a test or assessment is consistent and stable in measuring what it is intended to measure. There are several methods to understand a scale’s reliability. The measure of reliability for this assessment was computed through the test-retest method. Test-retest reliability was chosen as it helps to understand the extent to which the tool produces consistent scores when used on two different occasions. Based on the data of 150 managers, the test-retest alpha coefficient was found to be 0.76 for the instrument with a mean interval of 45 days.

Additionally, the internal consistency reliability coefficients for the assessments were found to be ranging from 0.53 to 0.81. This assesses the extent to which all of the items in a scale are measuring the same underlying construct.

Validity assesses the degree to which a scale measures the construct that it claims to measure. Content Validity is addressed after an assessment has been created. Content Validity Ratio (CVR) is an index used to quantify the content validity of a tool. Experts from academia and industry rate each item to indicate the degree to which it is aligned to a particular dimension and is perceived as important for its measurement. The Content validity ratios (CVR) for the RAPID Learning Inventory’s dimensions ranged from 0.70 to 1.00.

Jombay Assessments have defined a global set of norms that includes all data across industries, functions, and experience levels. For each assessment, Industry-Function- Experience level combinations are derived for norms with significant population data. Norming has been done at the dimension level and is based on the mean and standard deviation for each sample. Norms are defined by taking the mean and the standard deviation of the sample’s scores and dividing the sample into 6 buckets. Jombay norm data is annually updated.

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Take a look at the individual report that is delivered to candidates who take the RAPID Learning Inventory Assessment

Why use RAPID Learning Inventory?

How we respond to changing circumstances can either make or break us! By measuring dimensions needed to conceptualize what is happening, anticipate future changes, and develop personal strategies, RAPID powers your talent decisions and enables a future-ready workforce. 

Enabling People

An introspective and empowering experience to unravel one’s propensity to learn from experiences. 

Seamless Experience

Easy to navigate interface. Deploy our assessments and get fast results.

Insightful Reports

Decipher reports with ease. Get insights into learning approaches
& underlying dimensions. 

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Through Jombay’s assessment technology platform, the RAPID Learning Inventory Assessment can easily be combined with other assessments, simulations and video interviewing tools to create a bespoke solution for your organization’s specific requirements.

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