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As companies begin to look at learning software to manage and track training, they may discover that the learning management system (LMS) market has evolved into two distinct segments: traditional LMSs and learning experience platforms (LXPs).
We are almost at the end of the year. As we do every quarter, let’s take a look at the mergers, acquisitions and investments that happened over July, August and September 2019.
Sales training is an important part of any business organization. It teaches new knowledge and skills to the sales force and, if done correctly and with the right resources in place, can generate a high return on investment (ROI).
How do you design a learning stack that’s centered around real learning? Download this new e-book to learn how to build a learning ecosystem that demonstrates outcomes and value.
A training management system (TMS) is a big investment for any training provider. The time and effort required to effectively implement a TMS means you want to do it right. Taking extra time now to evaluate your options is crucial to maximizing your ROI.
As someone responsible for providing training for Canada’s public service, you’re likely already aware of the ambitious new expectations set out in Beyond2020.
One of the greatest challenges facing organizations today is how to equip employees with the knowledge, skills and abilities to keep up with the speed of business. The continuous need to upskill the workforce requires L&D to be agile.
By thinking carefully about the realities of government procurement, you’ll be positioned to build your information technology (IT) teams’ competence and resilience with the best, most timely and most cost-efficient training available.