With the constant changes in the world of technology, organizations are finding it challenging to stay ahead of the learning and development world. Gone are the days when learning and development meant classroom and face-to-face instructor led training. With an organization and workforce that is constantly changing, organizations must embrace the way their workers access and use knowledge. Learning must be engaging and have a similar approach to the day to day interaction that they experience.
The questions must be asked: Does your current LMS meet new technology and business expectations? How are learning and development functions to respond, and what role should learning management systems be playing in all this change?
Join Brandon Hall Group Senior Analyst Scot Lake as he discusses these terrain-altering changes and six key requirements the learning management system should provide to help organizations adapt and thrive.
Key takeaways include:
- An overview of the emerging relationship-centered learning organization
- The six things your LMS should be doing for you, including:
Reaching your extended enterprise
Delivering mobile content
Connecting learners through social media
Promoting your brand
- Key practices for expanding the reach of your LMS
Join us for our upcoming webinar: Telltale Signs You Have Outgrown Your LMS on Thursday, March 15 at 1 pm EST. Register today!