It’s that time of year again. Each year, Brandon Hall Group conducts a survey on the state of LMS adoption, use, and satisfaction. Last year we gathered some interesting insights, like the fact that 10% of organizations use a learning management system they built in-house. We also found that biggest reason people want to ditch their current solution are that it doesn’t integrate with other systems, it lacks reporting features, or it just plain seems outdated.

We are excited to find out what has changed over the course of the past year, and have even added some questions around open source systems and LMS administration. By gathering  this data, we can develop a picture of the trends in this space and identify what companies like and dislike about their LMS, as well as what they are looking for in a new one. We can also use this data to identify unique challenges and work with companies on how to face them.

This survey should be taken by anyone who is involved in LMS selection, implementation, or administration. By participating in this short but important survey on LMS trends, you will help us better understand the learning technology needs of today’s organizations. We value your input and time, and if you choose to participate, we will provide a full summary of the survey findings following the close of the survey, as well as access to one of our Award-Winning Case Studies in Learning.

To take the survey, please click here.

Thank you!

David Wentworth

Brandon Hall Group

David Wentworth

David Wentworth has been a senior research analyst in the human capital field since 2005 and joined the Brandon Hall Group in 2013. He has authored reports and articles on various human capital subjects with an emphasis on workforce technology. He has contributed to several reports published by ASTD, including authoring Mobile Learning: Learning in the Palm of Your Hand, The Rise of Social Media: Enhancing Collaboration and Productivity Across Generations, and Instructional Systems Design Today and in the Future. His work has also appeared in Compensation & Benefits Review and T+D Magazine.