Learn the Secret Formula for Measuring Learning ROI   

McDonald’s French fries. The recipe for Coca-Cola. The 11 herbs and spices in KFC. Some companies guard their secret formulas like gold. Measuring your learning ROI should not be one of them.  Even though C-suites demand to know the return on investment of every aspect of their organization, knowing how to measure the ROI of …

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How Are You Fulfilling Your Employees’ “Moments of Need”?

Amazon Prime. NetFlix. DoorDash. Uber. All these companies deliver seamless services when and where people want them—in other words, in the “moment of need.” This near-instantaneous level of service has become much more than just a business or marketing advantage—it’s become a cultural imperative.  Today everyone expects the same level of personalized, responsive service with …

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Track Progress and Improve L&D Strategy with Reports in Schoox

A robust reporting function is a critical component of a learning management system (LMS) or learning experience platform (LXP). According to a report from EY on the ever-growing importance of L&D on the future of work, “data can be a game changer within the functioning of corporate L&D and help the function earn their spot …

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LMS and Organizational Structure: Perfect Pair or Perfect Storm?

When it comes to popular pairings, wine and cheese, Batman and Robin, and rhythm and blues probably top the list. But what if your LMS and your org structure are more like night and day? Organizational structure defines how people, processes, and systems are organized to achieve company goals, which means your LMS needs to …

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Perfection: How L&D Pros Can Let Go of It and Simply Be Themselves

Learning and development professionals could all use a little reminder that perfection is unrealistic and that they can feel comfortable exposing their human side at work. When employees look at learning and development professionals, they may think of us as superhuman in a way. Perhaps not on the level of Superman, but they may assume …

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