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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How Employee Training Boosts On-the-Job Productivity

Being productive in the workplace is an integral part of any business. At the end of every workday, employees should have produced and delivered quality outputs. That’s the foundation of how companies become successful. As a result, it makes sense that an organization would do everything in its power to help make employees more successful. …

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Schoox Quarterly Roundup: Improvements to Onboarding, On-the-Job Training and More

At Schoox, we’re dedicated to helping companies of all sizes accelerate business results by unlocking employee potential, boosting customer retention, and driving revenue through learning. We continually improve the Schoox platform to better serve learners, training managers, and learning and development (L&D) professionals. Here’s a quick look at some of the most important enhancements we …

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Video Exams: A New Way to Measure Skills Retention

Learning and development (L&D) professionals have long known the benefits of video learning, but do you know how video exams or video-based assessments can be leveraged as a knowledge retention tool? Before we answer that question, let’s revisit a brief history of video learning and consider some of its benefits.  Blended learning approaches have proliferated …

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Why LMS Hierarchies Should Be Designed for Today’s Organizational Structures

Today’s organizational structures—and work environments—are vastly different than what they were decades ago. As the importance of talent development increases in today’s workplaces, companies need learning programs that can adapt to the needs of evolving business structures, personnel changes, and complex relationships. To achieve this, companies should focus on the backbone of their learning management …

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How to Find the Right Vendor for Your Organization

One of the most difficult decisions a business can make is choosing a vendor. When we say vendor, we mean any person or group outside of your organization that has been tasked to deliver a product or service to you. For example, a payroll software provider or a manufacturer would be a vendor. Choosing the …

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LXP and LMS: How They Are Different, Yet Better Together

An accelerated reinvention of learning technologies is underway today. In 2020, the marketplace for talent platforms exploded. Many new categories have emerged—from learning experience tools and collaborative program management tools to micro-learning tools. Each category provides a different approach to learning and development, but one of the most exciting is the learning experience platform, or …

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Measuring the Business Impact of L&D: Turn Insights into Action

This is the final part of a four-part series on how L&D teams can effectively demonstrate the business impact of their learning programs. Read parts one, two, and three for added context. As mentioned in part three of this series, if the bare minimum ‘table stakes’ metrics are all you’re tracking, you will never be …

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