Learning is essential to any organisation’s success because it improves business results, boosts productivity, and increases organisational competitiveness. Learning helps produce positive business outcomes in critical areas and at key moments in an organisation’s development, such as during mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, and product launches.
Yet, outdated learning management systems are holding organisations back. This system is often one of the last enterprise software systems to be replaced, even though content, tools, and methods around learning have been explored and developed over the years. To be future ready and transform digitally, organisations must apply this innovation and enact upskilling initiatives.
Today, learning is even more business critical. We live in a fast-paced, increasingly digital world and according to a recent World Economic Forum Future of Jobs Report, “50% of employees will need reskilling by 2025 to keep pace with emerging technologies.” The current pandemic has accelerated the high need of organisations of all sizes and industries to upskill and reskill their workforce. So, the change is here to stay and organisations need a next-generation LMS to help them adapt more quickly and increased agility.