Invest in a learning management system (or LMS for short) that can aggregate lessons from various teams into one dashboard. Also, modern LMS tools also come with video conferencing and webinar options and this provides an opportunity for the various city sales force teams to follow the discussions and lessons gained by sales reps from other geographies.
Don’t do today, or ever, what can be automated. This could be the motto of the era, and a facet of modern work life that has brought efficiency way up. TalentLMS isn’t the kind of platform to ignore the evolution of work, so it’s plenty automatic. How, you ask? Well, let’s find out!
Being able to provide executives with a persuasive business case that promises a significant ROI can make a great difference in convincing them to alter the company’s current Learning Management System. In addition, you will have to be specific as to how the company will benefit from such an investment. In this article, I’ll present 5 things you need to consider when building your business case for an investment in a new Learning Management System.
Moodle seems an obvious option for EdTech startups. It’s a mature system, early cost of ownership can be less than that of proprietary closed-source platforms, it has zillions of plugins coming out of a vibrant developer community, it works well. But is it always the best choice?
An extended enterprise LMS helps you deploy, track and improve your customer training. However, it can also turn your customers into brand advocates. In this article, I'll share 7 tips to improve customer loyalty using an extended enterprise LMS.