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The Explosive Growth of Extended Enterprise Training

JPL Learning

After more than 20 years in the LMS industry, John Leh started Talented Learning, LLC as a news, research and consulting organization dedicated to all aspects of extended enterprise learning solutions. For organizations, learning solutions that extend beyond the enterprise are not focused on employee development but targeted to external audiences.

Clarifying the extension

E-Learning Provocateur

Extended Enterprise Training (EET) is a term that was introduced to me by Don Presant in response to my previous blog post Educate everyone. Most sources I’ve looked up agree with Av Srivastava’s definition of the term: Extended Enterprise Learning is any training that is provided to learners outside of your organization. And rightly so.

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7 Ways to Maximize your Sales Channel Performance with a Powerful LMS


You need to be able to protect your brand by delivering engaging and relevant training materials to channel partners. A new Docebo publication, “Powering Partner Performance Through Channel Training,” examines the complicated chaos of channel partner networks to reveal common problems and best practices for ensuring healthy partnerships. Automate Training. White Labeling.

Understanding the Role of Training in the Extended Enterprise


There’s much talk about the ‘extended enterprise’ today. Folks are recognizing that links with suppliers, partners, customers, and more, means that relationships extend beyond the boundaries of the organization. The question then becomes, what are the implications for learning in the extended enterprise? Sharing Knowledge within the Extended Enterprise.

How a CRM+LMS Integration = Excellence in Extended Enterprise


Integrate your CRM and LMS to streamline training and save valuable L&D time. The days of standalone extended enterprise management systems are nearing an end. Extended enterprise organizations have the most to gain from a CRM+LMS integration, as it will streamline the data entry process and improve training tracking. Excellence in Extended Enterprise.

5 Reasons Why an Extended Enterprise LMS is Right for Your Business

Web Courseworks

What is an Extended Enterprise LMS? A learning management system ( LMS ) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of electronic educational technology education courses or training programs. An Extended Enterprise is facilitated by a LMS to keep track of all your users, content, and the relationship between the two.

Do we need product evangelists for each product/service?


The market is asking to be educated and education is something related more to training than blogs or papers, because training means learning and sharing through experiences, it really means to be coached about a product. But, do all customers need to be trained? I don’t think so, but the more complex the product is (also regarding the regulations/laws behind it) and the more it comes with ‘grey’ areas in communication, the more it makes sense that customers need to be engaged through training. Knowing a product before purchase is related to market education.

Integrating LMS and CRM Systems for Optimal ROI


As we recently discussed, siloed enterprise management systems seem to be in their dying days. And in few areas is this more apparent than with the near-ubiquitous CRM systems we see in place across enterprises of all sizes. CRMs like Salesforce, Sugar CRM, Microsoft Dynamics, Zoho and others are now widespread and integrated into an array of other enterprise management systems.