Continuous learning is the key to compete in this fast changing world. For an organization to stay in the race, employees have to be competitive and up-to-date. Sales people, in particular, have to frequently learn about new products and services, to sell more and serve better, which will not only help satisfy and retain existing customers, but also increase the customer base. So, training becomes necessary. However, it not easy to frequently allocate time for training sessions. So, how do you ensure that your organization has a healthy learning and coaching culture?
Are your learners showing little interest in using your LMS? Are your course completion rates falling drastically? Many organizations face a similar problem. How can an LMS be used to administer courses successfully? What does it take to ensure learners complete the lessons delivered through a learning management platform? Our infographic shares 6 exciting ways to do this.
It is a well-known fact that effective performance management plays a key role in the success of a company. Many forward-looking organizations have set up good systems to assess and improve the performance of their staff. Today, we will examine the four key elements of an efficient performance management framework.
Craig is the training manager of a large pharmaceutical company. Recently, his organization purchased the latest version of a popular Learning Management System (LMS). The firm customized the LMS according to its needs and started administering courses using the system. However, to Craig’s dismay, learners showed little interest in the LMS and course completion rates fell drastically.
Learning Management Systems are valuable tools for any organization, to manage activities including hosting courses, tracking and reporting, managing users, organizing elearning, classroom and virtual training sessions and much more. There are countless LMSs available in the market, so it’s crucial that you make the right choice that fits your organization’s training needs.
Choosing an LMS is a strategic decision and crucial investment for any organization; the wrong choice can prove to be very expensive in terms of the time spent and the budget allocated. How can you select an LMS that meets your organizational goals? There are 5 smart strategies to help you in this pursuit.
If you’re thinking about investing in a Learning Management System (LMS), you’ll realize that the market has more than 100 options to offer. Skimming through each of these LMSs and selecting the right LMS can be cumbersome. Being an e-Learning and LMS service provider for almost 16 years, we understand the challenges of making an LMS that is easy to manage.
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I learn.
The above quote pretty much sums up what organizations need to look for when investing in a Learning Management System (LMS). A simple LMS that is focused on the user, and keeps the user involved enough, facilitates learning.
If your LMS is just a dumping yard for courses, how will your employees be motivated to access and utilize it? Leaving courses aside for a while, you need to set right your LMS first to bring back the missing excitement.
The marketplace for Learning Management Systems (LMS) is complex, crowded and sometimes confusing for potential buyers to navigate. Choosing an LMS is a strategic decision for any organization, and the wrong choice can prove to be very expensive in terms of the time spent and the budget allocated.