5 LMS misconceptions to look out for

Workplace learning and training programs have come a long way since the cubicle was a new thing. The transfer of knowledge now happens inside and outside of office walls. Employees learn new things from professional trainers in face-to-face courses, from professional instructional designers in online courses, from their managers, and also from each other.

More often than not, workplace learning involves some sort of technology. By technology I mean mostly learning management systems for business organizations. The LMS market is booming, as more and more business organizations realize the importance of having a centralized system for as much learning that happens in the workspace as possible.

But despite the growing presence of LMSs in the organizational training world, there are still people who don’t get how these systems work and how they can help their businesses.

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