If I were to describe myself, I’d tell you that I'm a South African-American Irish German with a made-up French name who once managed an Italian Restaurant, and who is now attempting to wake up the L&D industry. Because, let’s face it, things have changed, and so must we!
If you haven’t heard of Netflix, it’s clear that you’ve been living under a rock. In fact, who among us is unfamiliar with the ‘Netflix Binge’ – “coming to” after somehow winding up 4 episodes deep into a TV show, hours after we were intending to hit the hay? (...guilty as charged!)
When organizations give their learning technology solutions low satisfaction ratings, what does this tell us? Should we attribute the low rating to bad user experience? Low user adoption? Or, maybe, to the limited functionality of the solution they implemented?
Once upon a time, the learning technology landscape was narrow. There existed a relatively limited set of well-defined tools, including learning management systems (LMS) or authoring tools, and that was about it. Things have changed.
You realize the value of upgrading your LMS, but your executive team might still need to be convinced. Our free document, “Business Case: Docebo for Financial Services”, outlines the value an LMS can bring to organizations in financial services. Download it today to start building a stronger business case!
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.
Organizational change is not a new term but it has evolved through the years as the needs of customers and employees have changed. There are several classic organizational change models, including the McKinsey 7-S Framework, Kotter’s 8-Step Process for Leading Change, and Lewin’s Change Management Model, among others. Here is Kotter’s methodology for leading organizational change, broken down from an L&D perspective.
As much as you might understand the value that an LMS can bring to your media or publishing company, your executive team might not fully realize the value – it’s up to you to build a business case for a new LMS.
You might understand the benefits that a state-of-the-art LMS can bring to your fashion or luxury brand, but your executive decision-makers might not be fully convinced to make the investment in a new system. Learn some of the common training issues faced by fashion and luxury brands and how an LMS can help resolve them.
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.