Learning management systems and the need to adapt

How an LMS used to work

When I joined Saffron Interactive in 2007, the LMS landscape was quite different to what it is today. The role of the LMS used to be something quite basic: managing groups of users, distributing training on a schedule and providing administrators with reporting for completions. This sounds simplistic but it was how our clients were essentially using their learning management systems. When you consider that the step before this was probably a paper-based training record, the idea that this could be recorded digitally and reported on would have been enough alone to consider the LMS a must-have tool for any serious L&D department.

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