Meet the Team Part 3: Simon Birt, VP of Global Business Development

eFront

For the past nine years, this has been in the field of Corporate Learning and Development. My role at eFront is to lead the business development of the eFrontPro Learning Management platform throughout the global corporate marketplace. eFrontPro is a unique platform because it addresses formal and informal learning needs in an Enterprise Deployment Model (Private Cloud). The features that make one LMS a good purchase for one company will not be applicable to all.

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Meet the Team Part 3: Simon Birt, VP of Global Business Development

eFront

For the past nine years, this has been in the field of Corporate Learning and Development. My role at eFront is to lead the business development of the eFrontPro Learning Management platform throughout the global corporate marketplace. eFrontPro is a unique platform because it addresses formal and informal learning needs in an Enterprise Deployment Model (Private Cloud). The features that make one LMS a good purchase for one company will not be applicable to all.

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Training and Social Media Taught Me to Tie a Tie

E-learning Uncovered

Of the companies I’ve worked for or currently consult with, very few have a robust Knowledge Management System (KMS) where those with the knowledge can easily share that knowledge with others. Except the average KMS is very text-driven – databases filled with documents or Q&A, and employees simply search for keywords. The social media component provides the medium for discussions about the learning, the discussion that is as equally as valuable as the learning event itself.

Training and Social Media Taught Me to Tie a Tie

E-learning Uncovered

Of the companies I’ve worked for or currently consult with, very few have a robust Knowledge Management System (KMS) where those with the knowledge can easily share that knowledge with others. Except the average KMS is very text-driven – databases filled with documents or Q&A, and employees simply search for keywords. The social media component provides the medium for discussions about the learning, the discussion that is as equally as valuable as the learning event itself.