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Mobile Learning: Is Your Business Ready for It?
The popularity of mobile technology has brought mobile learning (m-learning) to one’s fingertips. M-learning takes advantage of the mobility of the learner and

learning it  computers. But, because mobile learning is still in its infancy, it is very difficult to gauge its use and effectiveness once deployed. As such, this greatly limits the ability for learning administrators or instructors to gain executive support on such an initiative.   What Can M-learning Do for Me? Through mobile learning, organizations can communicate with their mobile workforce as well as engage employees in rich learning content that is specific to their jobs. What type of mobile device can I use Read More
Learning Management Suite (LMS)
These are tools for managing, creating, scheduling training or learning in your organization. The terminology varies from vendor to vendor. Learning management systems (LMS) typically help to ma...
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LCMS Exposed! Understanding the Differences between Learning Management and Learning Content Management
The Cost of Learning—a Very Brief HistoryTraining (or learning) has always been viewed as a cost center (representing a cost of doing business similar to

learning it  a number of blended learning output formats. How does the LCMS do this? It does this by separating the content logic from the presentation logic—often using meta-tagging—and by following widely-used content standards like SCORM, AICC, etc. (see http://www.brandon-hall.com/publications/lcmskb/lcmskb.shtml ). The LCMS enables authors to rapidly develop content, quickly and easily edit content when materials change, republish content into printed materials and other forms, develop multilanguage versions Read More
E-learning Benefits and ROI Comparison of E-learning versus Traditional Training
You’re considering a move from traditional training to e-learning, but you’re not sure if the returns will be significant. In fact, employees are better able to

learning it  Managing Training ' Web-based learning management systems make it easy to track, update, and manage online learners. Learning management systems facilitate, reporting, succession planning, and workforce development from one, centralized, web-based source. (11) Affordable Per-Student Costs - Almost every computer today can be set up with a modem and free browser software with which to access the Internet, so set up costs are relatively low. (12) Just-in-Time Learning - Online learners can take training Read More
An Introduction to E-learning and Learning Management Systems (LMS)
Not so long ago (or, back in the early ’90s, when I was a first-year college student) there were two ways to get a post-secondary education: by attending

learning it  Learning Management Solution? Align learning with business goals, as well as employees’ personal goals, to make sure time and resources are maximized. Develop a well-planned business case to win senior executives approve a proposed e-learning or LMS project. Identify the gap between actual or current training results and desired results, so that you can choose an e-learning or LMS solution that addresses your specific needs. Assess your company’s IT infrastructure to decide whether to implement a Read More
TEC Helps Companies Compare, Select, and Evaluate Learning Management and E-learning Software
Enterprise software analyst firm Technology Evaluation Centers Inc. (TEC) recently launched its Learning Management Evaluation Center to help project managers

learning it  in training programs. A learning management system (LMS) is defined as software that automates the administration of training. It registers users, tracks courses in a catalog, records data from learners, and provides reports to management ( http://www.learningcircuits.org/glossary ). From corporations to universities, e-learning has become a part of our lives. In many companies, more than 50 percent of training is done on-line. Web conferencing has also become an important way for organizations to Read More
Four Key Questions: Ensuring Continual IT Innovation at CPG Companies
For many consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, the environment is too complex to implement a new business process without upgrading the IT systems that

learning it  Key Questions: Ensuring Continual IT Innovation at CPG Companies For many consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, the environment is too complex to implement a new business process without upgrading the IT systems that support that process. Taking a consumer approach to upgrading can help. You need to seek out solutions that fit your CPG environment, can keep up with continual innovation, and more. But you always need to be thinking ahead. Learn more about developing an IT roadmap. Read More
The Complete Systems Management Book: An Introduction to Integrated and Automated IT System Management
Effective IT systems management is a challenge, especially for midsized companies that must maintain sophisticated IT environments without the budgets of their

learning it  Complete Systems Management Book: An Introduction to Integrated and Automated IT System Management Effective IT systems management is a challenge, especially for midsized companies that must maintain sophisticated IT environments without the budgets of their larger counterparts. This comprehensive guide provides IT newcomers—as well as experienced veterans—with all the information they need to understand the best ways to align people, processes, policies, and tools for a cohesive, streamlined, and Read More
Improving Training Productivity and Implementing Online Learning to Manage Rapid Growth
Having experienced rapid growth, HDFC Standard Life (HDFCSL) needed to scale up learning and development to accommodate the rush of new hires and reach all

learning it  Productivity and Implementing Online Learning to Manage Rapid Growth Having experienced rapid growth, HDFC Standard Life (HDFCSL) needed to scale up learning and development to accommodate the rush of new hires and reach all employees. HDFCSL launched a companywide learning management program based on the SumTotal Learning Management solution that delivers, tracks, and analyzes the progress of blended online and instructor-based training, raising employee participation to 100% within 5 months. Read More
Business Process Management: A Crash Course on What It Entails and Why to Use It
Business process management (BPM) has to integrate existing enterprise applications, Web services, and people in such a way that it can also quickly change

learning it  Process Management: A Crash Course on What It Entails and Why to Use It Integrated and Process-oriented Solutions Are Required for Competitiveness Integrated solutions that optimize only at a company- or department-level are no longer sufficient for success in today's highly competitive, integrated supply chain environment. Every department contains mountains of data, but without an integrated and process-oriented solution, all this valuable information is often lost to the company as a whole. Read More
The Future of Learning: Industry Trends in Learning Management
Learning management systems (LMSs) have evolved over their short history in many ways. From the first classroom-based “training management systems” to today’s e

learning it  Learning: Industry Trends in Learning Management Learning management systems (LMSs) have evolved over their short history in many ways. From the first classroom-based “training management systems” to today’s e-learning solutions, here’s a look at the future of learning technologies and current industry trends. Discover more about how performance management, informal learning, social media, and Web 2.0 are affecting the development of learning technologies. Read More
Building Your Business Case for Best-practice IT Services Delivery
Whether it’s for an in-house delivery model or an on-demand model, a business case needs to justify the total value of a solution. This ensures that the

learning it  Your Business Case for Best-practice IT Services Delivery Whether it’s for an in-house delivery model or an on-demand model, a business case needs to justify the total value of a solution. This ensures that the selected delivery model will help reduce operational costs and drive continuous value from IT investments. Learn how to properly prepare a business case that includes a total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis to assess both cost impacts and line-of-business impacts. Read More
Columbus IT (USA)
Columbus IT is largely regarded as Microsoft's leading global Dynamics AX and NAV partner. The company delivers Microsoft-based consulting services in 30

learning it  IT (USA) Columbus IT is largely regarded as Microsoft's leading global Dynamics AX and NAV partner. The company delivers Microsoft-based consulting services in 30 countries, with more than 1,200 employees. The company has successfully deployed Microsoft Dynamics into more than 5,000 companies in 101 countries. Its consulting and development teams were first to work with Microsoft Dynamics AX in 1999 and have been implementing it from version 1.In 2009, CIT were selected as Microsoft's global Read More
CRM: What Is It and Why Do It? Part One: Historical Background
Many consultants, vendors, and analysts today define CRM in terms of being a customer-centric business strategy that is enabled by a set of applications that

learning it  the organization. The key learnings from this discussion include: CRM offers effective tools that address real organizational issues. Benefits are derived by understanding the opportunities and re-designing processes to leverage improvement. Improvement is measurable and discernable. It is not hidden in vague notions and concepts. A sure recipe for disaster is to deploy CRM without a clear sense of process change and undefined expectations. This is part one of a two-part series on CRM. Part one discusses Read More
IT Project Risk Assessment
Information technology project risk often comes from non-technical aspects of the initiative. Assessing the impact of technology on people, management systems

learning it  Project Risk Assessment IT Project Risk Assessment J. Dowling - August 22, 2002 Introduction   Information technology project risk often comes from non-technical aspects of the initiative. Assessing the impact of technology on people, management systems and other initiatives is essential to assure project success. We automate problems This department slogan was posted on my office door (the inside) for several months while I and other managers in the department struggled to break out of a string of Read More
Drink-IT
Drink-IT@ is a modular software suite that is intended mainly for producers and distribution centers in the beverage industry, such as breweries, specialized

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