In just one month, the e-learning trade show season will be upon us. While at one time there was little
People love to espouse the view that learning management systems require x factors to survive going forward. They love to pitch survival within the confines of the modern business world. They also love to perpetuate myths that lack facts and data to support them.
The E-Learning Zombies have risen up in the past, with their genuine lack of interest to move forward. Thankfully that isn’t the norm, rather the rarity. As these trends are on the rise, the days of the Zombies could be gone. Or will it?
The days of spending over 50K for a nice LMS is a thing of the past. Today solid systems can be found for less than 10K but you will need to make some sacrifices. Most often in robustness of features and a more streamlined approach.
The e-learning world as a whole is turning into faux perception, with the assumption that what we are seeing is actually the case. It isn’t.
The data continues to pour in showing that e-learning is achieving better results than any other form of learning, especially instructor led. So why is is that the training community (and even education) as a whole is still ILT driven, especially with blended learning?
Read the latest trends including ILT folks finally admitting that online is the way to go (albeit grudgingly), a new sub-genre has arrived and a trend that is coming into focus.
The ASTD International Trade Show Expo wrapped up this week, and it had everything. From very cool products to higher interest in e-learning to great lead gen for vendors. However, it also struck out in numerous ways.
Selling in the LMS industry can easily be achieved. Yet there are many salespeople who just fail to achieve it. End result – lack of clients. Lack of sales.
This post is dedicated to my father, Frank J. Weiss, who passed away on 4-7-12. He often found it difficult