The main goal of most management systems is to make business processes efficient. But often efficiency is not the problem. Even bad processes can be made to run more efficiently. The key to running a successful business is to be effective.
One of the most common objections I hear from L&D managers looking to adopt a new LMS is "It looks great. I can see the benefits, but how do we get it setup, with our data and get our people using it? We're all busy and don't have a lot of time to do all of this configuration."
In our experience, over 70% of LMS customers request that their finance and learning management systems be integrated. In fact, as integration requirements go financial system integration is second only to HR.
Your learning and development team have determined that none of the LMS solutions evaluated will meet the needs of your organisation. So you now have to pick the best of the bunch and make a decision to either customise it or integrate it with solutions that provide the missing bits. This article looks at what's involved in those choices and offers suggestions.
The LMS Lite is a simple yet comprehensive SCORM 1.2, Free-Text and face-to-face learning management platform that lets your courseware shine. Engage your learners and employees with this easy-to-use, fast, responsive and reliable platform. It supports all the popular SCORM authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline, Rise, iSpring, Captivate etc... to create and publish your content as SCORM 1.2 courses or modules. The ease with ...
A poor workman always blames his tools... But what if the workman is right? What if his tools really are the reason the worker can't get the outstanding results his customer or his boss expects? And what if that workman didn't have the luxury of choosing those tools.
The most widely used SCORM standard in Enterprise Learning & Development is still SCORM 1.2. Even though it is now over 16 years old, SCORM 1.2 still does the key things an Enterprise L&D expects from a learning platform. That doesn't mean the later standards are insignificant improvements on SCORM 1.2. It just means that most L&D requirements don't need those improvements. So, for this article I'll address the SCORM 1.2 ...