Nearly half of organisations report that
their learning management system
(LMS) no longer meets their needs.
Saba has published an e-book The
Successful Switch A how-to guide for
replacing your outdated LMS.
Learning and development (L&D) is
required to adapt and evolve in the face
of rapidly changing business needs,
continually advancing technology and the
arrival of millennials as the largest
generational group in the workforce.
While organisations can develop learning
strategies to address these issues, Saba
says that the right technology is the key
to success. Transitioning to a new LMS
is a significant undertaking. The e-book
uses research form analyst Brandon Hall.
It looks at how L&D can determine
whether the organisation could benefit by
making the switch to a new LMS and sets
out practical strategies for evaluating
learning technologies to select ones that
are best suited to an organisation's
Masters in Business
Imperial College Business School is set
to run its first Online Masters in Business
Analytics programme from October
Modelled on Imperial's existing offline
MSc in business analytics, the MSc
Business Analytics (online delivery, parttime) programme
has been built to cater
to business professionals around the
world who wish to develop their
capabilities in data analytics,
programming and machine learning.
The programme will be delivered through
The Hub, Imperial's online learning
environment developed by the School's
Ed Tech lab.
Programme Director Kalyan Talluri says
the programme will help international
managers to build their careers in an
increasingly data-driven world.