Everyone knows that selecting the wrong LMS can have terrible financial repercussions and hurt the quality of your learning initiatives. What is often forgotten, though, is that selecting the RIGHT learning management system but implementing it poorly can be equally painful.
To help you make smart buying and implementation decisions, you need to clearly identify the stakeholders in the project.
Stakeholders are those people who will directly, or as representatives of teams, be affected positively or negatively by your project. In identifying stakeholders, you want to assemble a cross-section of the organization that will provide input into defining, prioritizing, and evaluating requirements. Here are some specific criteria on who to involve based on the impact of your LMS project:
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