Large organizations often implement large scale e learning management systems (LMS), like SAP or PeopleSoft, that offer a plethora of courses and a never-ending list of features only to discover, years later, that a mere handful of employees registered on the e learning management system. To add insult to costly injury, only a small proportion of the employees who registered took the time to complete courses available to them. This can leave a quarter-of-a-million-dollar bad taste in the mouths of the executive team.
Situations like these leave executives asking, “Do we force our people to take these courses?”, “Are these courses really teaching our people what they need to learn?”, “If we push these courses on our people, will they push back?”
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