Learning Management Systems lay a solid foundation for your online training program. But only if they offer the features you need to achieve your objectives.
Why would you limit your LMS to internal online training? Why not extend your learning environment and build a connection far wider than your office?
It's hard to imagine that a highly recognizable franchise with almost 400 locations could have gotten its start with nothing more than a $350 investment, but that's exactly what happened with one of America's most well known moving companies.
Latitude CG has help thousands of organizations deploy their Learning Management System with expert knowledge into hundreds of different training programs ranging from complex vehicle OEM training to fast-paced financial service training.
Leadership development is becoming more critical in the world of business, which is why Larry Dennis, President of Turbo Leadership Systems, is bringing his training to the companies that need it.
Training is the #1 strategy any organization can do to increase performance; therefore, training is KEY!
Consumer training and compliance training will be a huge factor in fully developing autonomous cars. Those that have already began to think about the dissemination and management of content have a leg up on the competition.
In a recent Capterra Training Technology Blog article, Corporate LMS vs. Academic LMS: What’s the Difference?, gave a deeper look at the different LMSs.
Franchisors have the dilemma of overcoming a variety of training challenges. Franchisee employees are NOT franchisor employees and cannot be treated as such. This makes it difficult to implement new products and practices.
The following is a reprint from Franchising World, February edition page 81-82.
The following is a reprint of an article written by LatitudeLearning's CEO, Jeff Walter and published in Training Magazine's Blog. The article focuses on the differences between employee training and extended enterprise training and how to understand which best fits your organization.
Franchise training is a whole lot different than your traditional workplace training, and therefore your LMS provider should be able to accommodate for those differences. Check out the the major difference in franchise training vs traditional training. Latitude Learning can help franchisors overcoming these training challenges.
Capterra, a leader in helping businesses find the right software, recently published a blog article by Latitude Connection content writer Janay Burch on Extended Enterprise Training. The article is geared towards franchises and the importance of an EET learning management system.
Franchise business is directly related to the quality of your employees’ behaviors and attitudes. How an employee acts and what they do leaves a big impression on the customer – creating satisfaction and loyalty at the franchised group level, or driving them to a competing brand.