Is your learning management system (LMS) truly global? In today’s fast-paced global environment, multilingual companies are challenged to deliver training in multiple languages to their global workforce.
Multi-language handling is a must-have for multinational corporations or any company managing learning and performance for a global workforce or a global partner network. Preparing content that targets a diversified audience or an audience that is multilingual is becoming more and more common.
How do we create the most effective learning program? Some of the most impactful learning happens when people learn from each other. In fact, a recent Bersin study found that learning with and from peers and via social networks is one of the biggest drivers of business and leadership outcomes.
With globalization now a top priority for large organizations, this new research suggests that for companies to succeed at building a globally-integrated enterprise, they must adopt social and informal learning strategies and solutions.
Robert Kegan, a developmental psychologist based at Harvard University, long ago proposed theories that seem to underscore Bersin’s findings. Growth processes, such as learning, depend on connections, and these processes invariably occur in some context.
Today there are hundreds of Learning Management Systems (LMS) on the market. Almost all of them provide basic functionality to manage, deploy, track and report on training.
But finding the right LMS features for your organization can be tricky. The process requires answers to a lot of questions.
NetDimensions Talent Suite is renowned for offering sophisticated talent management solutions for highly-regulated industries, and the new version of the software platform will give customers even more features when it launches in November 2017.
The next step in the continuous development of the software will incorporate Amazon Web Services, the market leader for security, reliability and delivering top-quality learning content, as part of Talent Suite 13.2.
We recently teamed up with Fosway to present an insightful webinar on mobile learning, how organizations are pursuing mobile strategies, and why this type of content distribution has finally taken off in organizations across all industries.
As always, the webinar concluded with a Q&A session. Fosway founder David Wilson tackled the questions, and we have his answers for you right here. Take a look, and if you haven’t already, check out the webinar recording.
How is cost efficiency measured in reality in terms of mobile investment?
David Wilson: It depends on where we start looking at it from. We see organizations looking at this in two ways: Mobile learning as, or mostly as, an incremental channel; how mobile increases ROI and impacts of learning as a whole.