Social learning happens every day, both in and out of the workplace. If you've ever tweeted a question like 'How do I tune a ukulele?', read forum replies to find out about a health condition or asked a native speaker of a language to help check your grammar, this is all social learning in action. Most of the time we don't even think about these as learning activities - they just happen as part of our normal lives.
Digital transformation is at the top of almost every board agenda today. There’s no denying the potential risks - and opportunities - posed by the impact of technology on our organisations, because change can now happen in the blink of an eye, and not being equipped to deal with that change can be catastrophic for a business. Consider major organisations such as Toys R Us, Barnes and Noble and licensed taxi services, all of which have suffered at the hands of more innovative competitors.
Managing an LMS can get complicated quickly. Whether your company is implementing one for the first time, has migrated systems or is looking to give your current learning platform a new lease of life, there are a couple things you need to do in order for your LMS to thrive. And one of the best places to start is by providing your team with right foundation.