A poor learning management system can affect your business in multiple ways. It could be costing you money, top talent, and potential ROI. It’s important to understand the different ways your LMS provider can be bringing your company down. Explore these three ways your current LMS could be holding your learners back.
The events of 2020 have shown us that having a plan for the digital transformation of your learning business is more important than ever. As we already have seen, many organizations are quickly shifting resources to provide training and certification digitally to maintain business and revenue continuity.
Forty-nine percent. That’s how many employees go to work unengaged every day, according to Gallup.
Many organizations have found themselves transitioning to the digital world of learning regardless of whether they were ready or not. However, putting a textbook in a digital format isn’t going to cut it.
On-demand learning has been the buzzword for the past few years. But the Learning and Development (L&D) world is moving on again.
You just finished an amazing one-day, training session. You’re sure it’ll revitalize your practice.