Learning Management Systems

Learning Management System is a powerful tool to help organizations streamline, create, deliver and track and organize all kinds of training and talent development. Make sure to stay ahead of the curve in terms of learning management system technology or industry trends.

How to Spot the Hidden Costs When Selecting an LMS

Learning management systems (LMSs) can offer libraries of training and development modules for your employees, giving them the relevant content they need to perform their jobs at top levels. An LMS engages employees, increases productivity, and increases revenue. It helps you attract and retain high-quality employees while allowing you to contribute to their career development.

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Medical device manufacturers turn to eLearning to improve TTM

The medical device industry is incredibly competitive and success or failing becomes highly dependent not just on the quality of product you are producing, or the level of innovation, but on how quickly you can introduce it into the marketplace. One of the most important areas of concern is time to market (TTM).

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Small Businesses See Big Gains from Investing in an LMS

Learning management systems (LMSs) have now been widely adopted in large enterprises, but many small companies, including family-owned business, continue to overlook their value. Two assumptions appear to be at the root of the problem. Many small companies don’t think they need to engage in formal training, and others worry that the cost of adopting an LMS is simply too high. In fact, both assumptions are incorrect. Even family farms and other small operations need training (e.g., to be in compliance with safety standards), and if you adopt an LMS with scalable billing, the cost will barely impact your overhead.  Continue reading

Leverage Your LMS for Cross-Training

In athletics, cross-training has long been seen as a way to improve one’s over all performance and strength. The reason is simple: When you cross-train, you are able to refine and enhance every muscle in your body, and it impacts your broader performance. This is why runners are add yogi to their workout routines and swimmers add weight training. The same logic holds true in the workplace. When one cross-trains, their over all performance is heightened. For organizations, however, there are also benefits: Cross-training prepares employees for new positions, helps set them up to step in when people are on leave, and take on leadership roles. Of course, training requires resources and time. Fortunately, using a learning management system (LMS) is a cost-effective and time-efficient way to scale up one’s cross-training efforts.  Continue reading

5 Reasons for Fostering a Learning Culture in the Workplace

In my last article, I highlighted the importance of paying close attention to company culture in general, and how badly things can do if you ignore it. In this article, I want to focus in on the learning piece of your workplace culture. Specifically, it’s essential to understand why fostering a learning culture is so important for any organization. Here are five compelling reasons to take up the challenge at your company:

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Workplace Culture: Does it Even Matter?

Workplace culture, organizational culture, corporate culture – however you name it, there are many who question if it even matters. My short answer to this question is YES, workplace culture does matter, but if you need a more convincing presentation of why it matters, then this will be one of the more important articles you read this year. Continue reading

Suggested Training Videos for Bill O’Reilly and Fox Executives

As Bill O’Reilly’s high-profile sexual harassment case reveals, sexual harassment is still alive and well in the American workplace. Indeed, it even continues to be tolerated by many executives who would rather pay off victims (on the condition that they withdraw their complaints and remain silent) than fire high-profile employees. Continue reading

Leap ahead with eLeaP Learning Management System – LMS

Here are some facts to ponder.

96% of users admit that their LMS affects their ability to track learner progress, positively.

55% of LMS users use a cloud-based system for advantages of faster implementation, and the ability to access the system remotely.

Only 9% of users say that their organization accesses its LMS with a smartphone.

The market for LMS software will reach $11 billion globally by 2020 Continue reading