Many business stakeholders don’t even know they have a Learning Management System (LMS), let alone understand the role it plays within their organization. This is because the LMS is an L&D tool and doesn’t play an important role in daily business operations. In fact, I’d argue that the LMS has actually done more harm than good for learning leaders. After all, it’s failed to prove the impact of learning, which has only decreased the value of corporate training among those in the C-suite.
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