Why have higher-end learning providers been turning to Custom Learning Experiences? To differentiate in the market and to sell more content. John Leh at Talented Learning explores this topic.
If you provide training to external audiences for revenue or to create impact — what is sometimes referred to as commercial training or extended enterprise — you can't afford a learning platform and content that misses the mark.
Most LMSs were built for internal learning and development and off-the-shelf courseware. They weren't designed to attract, engage and support voluntary training customers with compelling, adaptive and social learning experiences.
During this webinar, John Leh, CEO and Lead Analyst at Talented Learning, talks about why higher-end learning providers have been turning to "Custom Learning Experiences", like the ones we build at Extension Engine, to differentiate and sell more content.
Decision-makers and training professionals in corporate, association, and learning organizations who are considering a conversion of revenue generating in-person training to an online environment.
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