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Comparing Apples to Apples: 5 Components of LMS Selection

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Too often, organizations select a learning management system (LMS) without thoughtful planning or a systematic approach. As a result, they risk a flawed and cumbersome implementation process, lack of system adoption, and frustrated end users.

Improving the LMS selection process involves:

  1. Research. Use independent research to educate your team on the strengths and weaknesses of potential vendors. This will help narrow your selection.
  2. Peer interviews. Talk with others in organizations similar to
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