LMS Solution for Simple Partner Compliance Training

Tony Karrer

Current Thinking So, without a lot of thought, here’s what I’m currently thinking and I hope folks will weigh in… I was a little surprised when I realized how much some of the mainstream SaaS LMS products (Articulate Online, Learn.com, etc.)

2015 Talented Learning LMS Vendor Award Recipients

Talented Learning

Corporate LMSs were invented almost 30 years ago to manage and report on the training and compliance of their employees and contractors. Much of the investment was upfront and only the largest companies or companies with the most compliance risk exposure could afford an LMS.

The Augmented LMS: New Life for Talent Management Learning?

Talented Learning

In contrast, employees are forced to participate in training for compliance purposes. Old-school LMS companies (like SumTotal , Plateau , Learn.com , GeoLearning and Certpoint ) were acquired by much larger talent and HR-suite providers like SAP/SuccessFactors , Infor , Oracle and IBM.

Learning Systems for 2018 (#25 to #16)

eLearning 24-7

You will have a lot of filter options to choose from, from selecting Top 10, 20, 50 to functionality including Administration options (not an entire list, just several), learning environment, social, gamification, security, compliance and so forth. . Compliance and regulatory are winners.

Latest Negative E-Learning Trends

eLearning 24-7

If you require someone to complete a course, first off it screams compliance, but more importantly, if it is not, then “forcing” completion to achieve a result that skews the whole value of the algorithm and deep learning in the first place, is a negative. Trends.

#HRTECH Learning Vendors Preview – Who to see and who to avoid

eLearning 24-7

This is a system that has a lot of potential, but still lacking a few key items in the areas of classroom management, compliance, gamification (no leaderboard), event management and so on. Oh, strategic learning, extended enterprise and compliance are all included in their LMS. Welcome, welcome all! To those from HR who are new to this blog, I give a high five. To those who have been constant readers, I give a high five with a low five to boot.

What you need 2 know: 3rd Party Content

eLearning 24-7

Then: The usual content included Business Skills (I include Sales here – some folks have it as a separate category), Compliance, Software – usually Microsoft related, and some technical programming stuff depending on who you went to, Leadership Development, Health and Safety. There may come a time, when you need content.

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Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

This is especially true when the content is more about compliance than performance. This month's #LCBQ is the first with the Big Question Thought Leaders. It's been fun working with them and has definitely added a new spark. I'm hoping that others will join the effort.

Top 50 LMS Report for 2016 – What you need to know (criteria, approach, and yeah some vendors)

eLearning 24-7

I feel bad for the folks who were learn.com, then thought Taleo would improve it, then Oracle. Compliance and Regulatory (new category). Compliance and Regulatory – Report – no more trying to guess, read it. It’s nearly here. In a little over two months, my 2016 Top 50 LMS Report will be available for purchase. This post isn’t so much a “buy, buy”, rather it is to give insight into the process, considerations, and factors.

LMSs that kick ass: Mzinga

Janet Clarey

In this model, Mzinga “hides” the LMS, but still exposes certifications, compliance, curriculum, virtual classroom, and courses through deep, direct links. It never will; certifications, compliance, curriculum, etc. Learn.com. It’s Friday yay! That means it’s time to feature another LMS that kicks ass! This is the seventh featured system in my Friday series highlighting LMSs that are doing innovative, kick-ass things with social media.

How to Buy a LMS

eLearning 24-7

Compliance issues and privacy. Some folks who bought the Learn.com system did not care for the Taleo purchase and thus were stuck. Before you jump into purchasing a LMS it makes sense to cover the basics, understand the jargon, decide if you want to go it alone or hire a consultant and last but not least realize you are not alone in the process. Jargon. The industry uses a lot of jargon and it is easy to become confused.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Adobe/Bersin Overview of the eLearning Industry

Learning Visions

This doesnt have to be a big investment Key Finding #2: The Rise in ASP Models ("externally hosted" or "software as a service" -- SAAS) taking desktop metaphor and putting into a browser trend towards companies giving other people the headaches of dealing with the backend solutions great for small organizations Saba, Learn.com, Adobe Connect, Articulate, etc. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.