How Better Learning Content Management Makes A Good Business Sense: An Insight

How Can Poor Learning Content Management Impact Your Organization As A Whole? 

Learning professionals in every industry agree unanimously on the many benefits of continual learning in the organizational scenario – for both employees and the organization as a whole. However, poor learning efforts have negative effects on business objectives; one main reason behind this is lack of learning content management.

Here are 5 constraints of effective learning content management:

Duplicate content.

A lot of information and knowledge reside within an organization, but for fruitful and continual learning it is important that duplication of information is avoided. Duplicate courses are a common problem for many learning-aware organizations and an extraordinarily expensive one at that. A single hour of content can cost over $15,000 of production, and creating duplicate content is a complete waste of valuable resources.

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