Am I an LMS? And if so..

A few weeks back, I was speaking at an event and was asked a question, “What do you look for when you select an LMS?”  I thought for a few moments because my response would vary, such as “as an analyst”, “expert”, “consumer – purchasing them on my own in the past for companies I worked at”, “client perspective” or a combination of factors.

I went with my takes from an analyst standpoint and my expertise standpoint – as in what I believe are the necessities to have a successful LMS for you (the buyer and your learners).

When I write my Top 50 report, I wear multiple hats ensuring that all factors are considered, beyond just the weighting and point totals (based on many tiers of data and information).

Thus, the question wasn’t  as easy and just “I look for X or Y”.  Personally, if someone couldn’t get specific with me, I’d be like, “What’s up with that?”

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