Learning governance is the systems put in place to manage learning – from the investment in people, time and materials to how that investment is tracked and monitored. Information management is a crucial element.
Moving beyond a transactional relationship with your provider can have a host of benefits throughout the business. Achieving the optimum culture fit in learning and development is a balance of engagement, design, content and support.
Valamis, the global leader in digital learning technologies and workforce development, and OpenSesame an industry-leading provider of elearning courses for the enterprise have announced a strategic content partnership.
Converting your content from Flash to HTML5 is more than a task to check off – it’s an opportunity to optimize your training.
If you have a substantial number of courses with Flash content, developing a cost-effective, efficient and speedy solution is more complicated than you might think. How do you take advantage of this opportunity to strengthen your e-learning content?
Harvard Business Publishing, partner to Global 2000 companies in co-creating leadership development solutions that align with strategy and engage learners, is now an inaugural partner of the LinkedIn Learning Content Partner Program.
There are a great many training companies out there. While each has its niche, some are finding that partnering with companies in other niches can expand their offerings and, thus their consumer base.
A leading provider of learning-technology solutions to organizations worldwide, UpsideLMS has recently added new ready-to-use, off-the-shelf course- and video-based training content to its business portfolio as a part of its partnership with BizLibrary.
MedTrainer, the creator of the only all-in-one compliance management suite, announces a content distribution partnership with Tata Consultancy Services (Tata Consultancy), an IT, business and consulting solutions provider.