In this series of articles we will help you write a business case for an online learning platform in a way which is both efficient and persuasive. In Part 2, we look at recommending your preferred solution and explaining the pricing.
In this article, let’s consider seven reasons to use a not-for-profit LMS (learning management system) to help you build the business case for your organisation.
What does online learning cost? If your organisation hasn’t already made a move to online learning, you might be uncertain about the costs associated with such a move. In this article, we’ll examine all the potential online learning costs as well as ways to eliminate or minimise them.
To ensure the safety and wellbeing of its staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, the MOQdigital team elected to shift its…
Six reasons why you might need to rapidly switch to online training – and how you can support your business case and inform your decision-makers during this process.
In this series of articles we will help you write a business case for an online learning platform in a way which is both efficient and persuasive. In part, we examine how to define the problem and exploring potential solutions.
Implementing online training can seem a little overwhelming. The key is to implement in stages, not all at once.
Tribal Habits has been a remote working organisation since inception. In this article, we review the top four challenges of working from home and strategies to overcome them: social media, energy levels, family and roommates, young children.
Whether you have already maximised your training budget or realise that you have a long way to go, here are ten steps you can take to reduce training costs.
For many small to medium organisations on a digital transformation pathway, there is often a moment of choice: shall we first implement a new human resources information system (HRIS) or shall we start with a new online learning platform? HRIS vs LMS?