We recently asked DoceboInspire speaker Lucille Tambellini a number of questions about how her unique background has informed her L&D knowledge and her thoughts on the future of eLearning. Here’s what she had to say!
So, you’ve decided your company needs an actual learning management system (LMS). That’s great. It’s an essential part of any organization that has passed a certain threshold of growth and learned that learning delivery needs to be organized, controlled, tracked, and -- to an extent -- automated.
Docebo is a learning management system (LMS) that can facilitate training for your employees, partners, and customers. For a quick, high-level overview of what the Docebo LMS can do, watch our short video!
Unlike athletes who train exhaustively before having their learning tested in a competition, or like the industrial worker who is often trained to repeat known actions during execution, the creative worker learns much of what they need to do in their job, at the very same time they’re working.
In addition to the excellent lineup of guest speakers joining us at DoceboInspire, including Robin Chase and Joshua Miller, we’re proud to present a great group of our own talent. The lineup is a cross section of the different areas that make Docebo great, and we’re confident they will provide deep insights on a variety of topics on the present state of Docebo, eLearning, and L&D in general. With that, here’s a rundown of the key Docebo speakers that will be speaking at DoceboInspire on September 18 and 19 in Boston.
Only 31% of employers are focusing on better supporting education, skills, and training among their millennial employees. Ignoring the needs of millennials could have dire consequences for your business – here’s why it’s important to focus on millennial learning needs.
It’s not easy to convince the C-suite to approve a budget in the best of times. And it’s not any easier in bad times. You need to be equipped to deliver the best possible justification for L&D investments if you are to create a winning eLearning program that is capable of getting employees onboarded, engaged, and ready to hit the ground running as soon as possible.
One of the biggest concerns about millennials is their lack of engagement in the workplace. According to research from Gallup, only 29% of millennials are engaged in their jobs, meaning they are “emotionally and behaviorally connected to their job and company”. Millennials are seeking meaning and fulfillment from their careers – but how do employers provide this?
This is an excerpt from our recently released paper, New Value Creation with Four L&D Business Models. The paper, which is authored by Jos Arets, co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute, explores why the Institute believes that traditional models of L&D are failing and how to achieve new successes by re-defining L&D business models to prove L&D business value.
In order to successfully keep up with the onslaught of millennials entering the workforce and other ever-evolving learner needs, organizations must fix their broken learner experiences. In this presentation (presented at ATD 2017), Docebo’s Chief Revenue Officer, Alessio Artuffo, discusses how to improve your learner experience with the right technology. Watch it now!
ELearning allows the online delivery of training with real time tracking of training results, optimizing time and reducing costs associated with traditional learning methods.
WHAT IS AN LMS?
An LMS (learning management system or also E-Learning platform ) is a learning software designed to deliver, track and certify online courses and training.
SCORM, AICC & xAPI
SCORM and AICC are international standard for tracking E-Learning activities. xAPI (formerly Tin Can API) is the Learning Objects new standard. The Docebo Learning Management System supports both of these standards.