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Use Your LMS to Bridge Language and Cultural Barriers in a Global Organization

Use Your LMS to Bridge Language and Cultural Barriers in a Global Organization
Multinational companies benefit from having people on the ground in regions where their customers and key partners live and work. A global presence benefits companies in so many ways, though it raises issues of linguistic and cultural fluency that must be addressed to foster an inclusive and

Boost Your Learners' Knowledge Retention With LMS Software

Boost Your Learners' Knowledge Retention With LMS Software
No two learners are alike. Top training managers know that and meet learners where they are, catering to a range of learning preferences and levels of prior knowledge. They also offer multimodal content, providing learners a choice of training media. To maximize learning and knowledge retention,

Empower Employee Development: Use Your LMS to Promote Accountability

Empower Employee Development: Use Your LMS to Promote Accountability
Employees who learn and grow at work are happier and less likely to leave. Busy managers can tap their learning management system to track and encourage employee learning. Leveraging LMS tools can put employees in the development driver's seat, freeing managers to focus on other initiatives.

6 Ways an External Training Management System Keeps Your Partners Engaged

6 Ways an External Training Management System Keeps Your Partners Engaged
An external training management system for partners, customers and resellers can generate better informed and more engaged learners across your enterprise's full network. This naturally leads to better sales and retention. No wonder the eLearning market is booming; according to Forbes, the industry

Gen Z at Work: The Future of eLearning for the New Workplace

Gen Z at Work: The Future of eLearning for the New Workplace
Demographics in the workplace are constantly shifting, and it's time for learning and development teams to begin thinking about Gen Z at work. The generation born after 1996 is now the youngest member of today's four-generation workforce. Gathering insights into generational differences can help you