What an LMS means for different Organizational Functions

Setting up an LMS (learning management system) often brings to the forefront different wishes from different organizational functions. For me, bringing together these disparate, often conflicting wishes is the most critical stakeholder requirement when setting up an LMS.

HR: HR would like an LMS that will integrate with other HR systems, e.g: systems for compensation & benefits, talent management, etc. They’d also like motivational features that encourage employees to interact with the LMS, and reduce their LMS administration time by setting up automated processes.

Regulatory: Regulatory would like the LMS to have a validated, automated process that ensures all training content is approved by them before being rolled out. They also need the LMS to be 21CFR Part 11/ 508 compliant, and/ or confirming to W3C Web Accessibility standards.

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