Talent-based Learning: Goodbye to the Stand-alone LMS

Understanding the effectiveness of learning programs on workforce performance and the organization as a whole is what drives continuous improvement. This white paper describes how talent-based learning provides a framework to track the effectiveness of learning management across an organization and integrate those findings to improve workforce performance and productivity.
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