by William West
The commitment to outsourcing means risking your reputation and success if not done right the first time. How do you spot a vendor’s weaknesses? How do you identify a mismatch before it’s too late? What about pricing? Here are the tips you need in this situation.
by News Editor
In Boston, September 8 & 9, Kryon Systems, a leader in performance support and process automation, will share the latest performance support best practices and real-life examples. Read about these sessions, about Kryon, and about Leo, their performance support suite!
by News Editor
Skillsoft Limited, a pioneer in technology-delivered learning solutions, announced today that its subsidiary, Skillsoft Corporation, has entered into a definitive agreement for the acquisition of SumTotal Systems from affiliates of Vista Equity Partners, a US-based private equity firm. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
by Joe Ganci
What does a veteran developer and reviewer of authoring tools learn over the years? Joe shares some of his lessons learned, about vendors and developers, about complacency, and about the right questions to ask when choosing authoring tools. Read this to benefit from Joe’s insights and experience!
by Bill Brandon
Content—text, video, images, audio, links, blogs, websites—is everything on the web, including eLearning. This mass of content contains much that is useful to you professionally (when you can find it), and much that is frankly pretty sketchy. Learning Solutions Magazine is a free, organized island of useful professional information in this sea, and you should subscribe to it! Here’s why.
by Jane Bozarth
“What gets measured gets done” and “If you don’t measure it, you can’t improve it” are two management maxims that have been around so long nobody is sure who said them first. But what is certain is that it’s not as simple as just starting to measure something. Here are two questions that will help you avoid bad measures.
The performance zone has never been more challenging. Change continuously disrupts it; threats or opportunities seemingly come out of nowhere. The ability to correctly anticipate change will make or break it. The job performance of employees is what fundamentally matters. Here are the five strategic areas where the learning organization must focus to enable that performance.