Measuring the effectiveness of training is a crucial activity to ensure expected return on investment. In the ever-changing business environment, corporate training needs are continually evolving. ROI continues to evolve accordingly.
Even if you’re a seasoned L&D professional, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the choices when considering buying or replacing an LMS (learning management system).
What happens when the companies that are famous for helping other companies adopt technology go through their own enterprise implementation? Sometimes, they end up in a situation like the allegorical shoemaker who doesn’t make shoes for his own children.
Choosing the right LMS for the organization is an important responsibility of the training manager – as is making sure the implementation process goes smoothly.
There are over 1,000 LMS providers in the world. Features and functionality can differ greatly or sometimes just slightly, but one of the most overlooked pieces of an LMS purchase is the implementation process.