Why Invest In An LXP For Personalised Learning: Delivering Impact And ROI

Learning Experience Platforms (LXPs) offer new opportunities L&D. They focus on the experience of the learner, rather than the management of learning, and are designed to place the learner at the centre of training and enable greater personalisation.

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Free eBook: The Ultimate Guide To Delivering Extended Enterprise Training For Business Growth

Nowadays, employee training is a vital strategy that your business should be highlighting instead of merely focusing on a single audience when it comes to corporate training with an LMS. It is extremely important to broaden the perspectives. It is the reason that clever companies are now concentrating on investing in Learning Management Systems (LMSs) that they can use to educate their customers, partners, resellers, and more—otherwise known as the extended enterprise.

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Use The Ladder Of Capability To Curate Your LMS

Talent x Technology = Torque. It is organizational torque that drives sustainable performance against tough opposition in any conditions. Use the "ladder of capability" to create the mindset required to make your Learning Management System the communal toolbox that optimizes this simple equation. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Free eBook: Conquering Compliance: How To Deploy Effective Corporate Compliance Training With A User-Friendly LMS

Compliance matters, for the simple reason that the regulatory framework which is set in place establishes the authority of your company. It helps to protect data, prevent security breaches and avoid serious penalties, bankruptcy or criminal prosecution. If that isn't a good incentive to comply, then I don't know what is. Truth be told, it isn't enough to set industry standards. They also need to be transferred upon the employees. To do this effectively you need a perfectly working tool which engages its employees in a fun and lighthearted manner. After which all information is retained. That retention is worth its weight in gold. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

User-Centered Design Of eLearning Management Systems: 3 User Expectations Vs. Reality Challenges

It is quite common for eLearning providers to start re-engineering their Learning Management Systems (LMS) shortly after the implementation is completed. Have you ever wondered, why the providers fail to ''get things right'' straight away? And even more importantly, how to get things right? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Easy-To-Use LMS: What Does That Actually Mean?

You know your company needs an LMS that’s intuitive and easy-to-use, both for learners and administrators. But what exactly does a user-friendly LMS look like? To help you answer this question, we’ve pulled all of the most important features of an easy-to-use LMS into one list. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.