Learning Systems for 2018 (11 to 15)

Day two.  A blizzard hits the prairie. It’s cold. Too cold?  Oh sorry, I thought this was for my new script, Blizzard hits the prairie.  But it is day two of the Top 50 Learning Systems for 2018.  Received a lot of “thank you” from readers and folks saying they wanted to have the top ten intact.  I hear you.  No, I mean I read you on your comments.  So, being a very loving and understanding person (don’t laugh), only 11-15 will be presented.  Then on Monday, the Top Ten (1 to 10) in case you are counting. #15 LearnUpon … Continue reading Learning Systems for 2018 (11 to 15)

Learning Systems for 2018 (#25 to #16)

Here it begins.  Oh wait. Here it starts. Oh, whatever.  The debut. This year’s Top 50 learning systems for 2018 is now out, and we are doing it a bit different this year.  Before diving into the high analysis of #11-20, a bit about the rankings.  By the way, this post is long, so if you want to jump right into the listings, scroll further down. Criteria For understanding the criteria – please visit this post.   I incorporated many of the criteria angles for 2017 (i.e. comparison of a system that focuses on SMB vs another that is SMB, rather … Continue reading Learning Systems for 2018 (#25 to #16)

Why we mothballed the Learning Technologies 2018 exit poll

Content from the nowcomms.com: the B2B marketing company for tech busineses in education, sports, security & ID. See the full story here Why we mothballed […] The post Why we mothballed the Learning Technologies 2018 exit poll appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Why we mothballed the Learning Technologies 2018 exit poll

Corporate Forecasts for 2018 (E and I)

For those of us who watched the Super Bowl this past weekend, a soft drink ad, showed why forecasts are needed.   The drink? Mango Diet Coke.  Now, I’m a believer in taste buds and Diet Coke doesn’t support that. But, the idea that someone in Coke HQ thought Mango flavored Diet Coke would be a revenue generator, requires me to put a quick forecast on that.  Actually three. Mango Diet Coke Forecasts No one is going to go in a store and say, “I’d like two cases of Mango Diet Coke” I smell a discount deal in the making, right … Continue reading Corporate Forecasts for 2018 (E and I)

Takeaways from #LTUK18

Anyone who attended it, could concur with – Chaos. I have been going to trade shows in various verticals for the past 21 years, and this was by far the worst (LTUK) when it came to location of the vendors and finding your way to the vendors, the exits and wait for it, the loo (restroom).  LT had a mobile app which included a map (difficult to read which listed booth numbers but no vendor names), and a listing of the vendors with their booth number as a separate section.   The kicker here, is the folks I saw weren’t using … Continue reading Takeaways from #LTUK18

Tips for Utilizing Volunteers for Launching Your LMS

Implementing an LMS is no small task. But you don’t have to do it alone! Utilizing volunteers can help take the workload off of you […] The post Tips for Utilizing Volunteers for Launching Your LMS appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Tips for Utilizing Volunteers for Launching Your LMS

Early Look – Top 50 Learning Systems 4 2018

I was going to cover my Corporate Learning Systems forecast for 2018, but decided instead to discuss the Top 50 Learning Systems for 2018.  Now, you will not see the final rankings as a whole for the Learning Systems (i.e. the Top 50), but there are some individual learning systems in various categories and those will be identified. This post includes our new format and approach to the upcoming Top 50 Learning Systems for 2018, and how data, findings, and end results were put together.   The Tree – Learning Systems – the “term” First off, after the last few years … Continue reading Early Look – Top 50 Learning Systems 4 2018