7 Sep 2022
1:00 pm ET

More than ever before, learning and development (L&D) professionals are taking an active role in driving organizational change and advancement. With workers expecting continuous development opportunities, workplace flexibility and internal mobility, learning teams are tasked with creating programs necessary to meet these needs — all while tying them back to their impact on the business.

This is a lot for any team, but it becomes a Herculean chore when your company’s learning technology — namely your learning management system (LMS) — isn’t up to the task. This was the case for national mortgage services provider, Mortgage Connect, who had to choose a new learning platform with a multitude of use cases and stakeholders to be considered.

Join us for a lively fireside chat with Livia Macedo, vice president of the office of learning and leadership at Mortgage Connect, and Megan Yunker, chief marketing officer at Schoox, as they dive into the do’s and don’ts of running a successful LMS selection process.

You’ll get insights and tactical strategies on:

  • Understanding LMS must-haves and getting executive buy-in.
  • Defining criteria to better compare LMS platforms and providers.
  • Outlining and completing due diligence steps.
  • Factoring in post-signature services and support, and more.

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