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Understanding the Role of Training in the Extended Enterprise

Litmos

There’s much talk about the ‘extended enterprise’ today. The question then becomes, what are the implications for learning in the extended enterprise? To start, let’s be clear on just what the ‘extended enterprise’ entails. TechTarget’s definition suggests, the extended enterprise “is the concept that a company does not operate in isolation because its success is dependent upon a network of partner relationships.” It was about learning together.

2015 Talented Learning LMS Vendor Award Recipients

Talented Learning

Learning management systems didn’t die. Corporate LMSs were invented almost 30 years ago to manage and report on the training and compliance of their employees and contractors. They were expensive to purchase, implement, maintain, host, upgrade and replace. LMS and performance management companies started merging and then the big HR/talent players acquired them. The cloud LMSs provide learning management to the masses. eLogic Learning.

Selecting a Learning “Operations” System for your Training Business

rapidLD

Selecting a Learning “Operations” System for your Training Business. My goal with this post is to provide a list of considerations when choosing a Learning Management System (LMS) for your Training Business. Based on the business nature of this solution, it is truly a learning “operations” system. There are unique business challenges that an education executive must solve to maximize revenue and profit for their enterprise.