Free vs subscription, local vs cloud, sync or async, regular or flipped classrooms, social or not – there are certainly a lot of elements to consider when establishing a corporate learning environment. Employers are investing thousands of dollars when an employee goes into a training program. It is critical that the employee time and LMS investment result in the optimal ROI.
So, here are some critical components to consider in the corporate world.
A lot has been written about Academic vs Corporate LMS tools. While it does not matter what tools are used, it is critical to get a tool that meets the employer’s requirements and drives the desired results.
The next level of conversation is about the person who is running an LMS. Historically, larger companies have tiers of training programs run by dozens of administrators, trainers, and consultants. How about a small company with 20, 50, or 100 employees? Don’t they need training and skills? This is an area where there are a lot of opportunities. Being able to offer a user-friendly, easily customizable tool, perhaps a template based has a lot of potential in the market. Typically, the Owner of the company would run it, therefore, it has to take minimal time but allow for effective training.
We are moving towards a world of dynamic content (audio/video/text) mashups that interact with a user based on their capability.
TraQiQ offers an excellent set of tools in the TraQLearn product suite. It enables both academic and corporate users to build, maintain and grow their education programs.