Training Management Success Comes from Business Acumen

You are an experienced instructional designer and you've even got some tech chops. The creative solutions you provide for your business are good, but you know there is more you can do. There is a big quarterly review meeting coming up and you've been invited. Now what?

Your graduate education did not include "Talking to Executives 101".  You've read "How to Make Friends and Influence People". This is your opportunity to show how much better the training can be if they would only agree to give you more money, and more IT support. You are confident. With presentation in hand you join the "suits" in the executive conference room.

Your requests are denied.

What went wrong?

It should have been obvious that the current 13 year old LMS is less than efficient. And its not as good as current cloud based systems you've learned about. Why couldn't the executives agree to make the change?

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