Information Sharing in the LMS: How to Ensure Your Team Shares Valuable Content

The first thing many organizations mention when asked why they balk at the idea of information sharing between employees is that they aren’t able to monitor what’s shared as closely—a “resource” could be posted in the employee forum for hours, or even days, before management notices and corrects the information or takes it down entirely. Unless the organization has room in the budget for someone to constantly monitor the community network within the LMS, it often becomes something that companies put on the back burner.

Unfortunately, that’s not going to continue to work (if it even worked in the past). Employees want a collaborative learning culture and it’s up to you to give them that in every way that you can. Part of that includes promoting and improving knowledge sharing among all levels of employees, leadership, and even other key stakeholders.

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