The pressure is on — businesses are getting more competitive for workers; regulations continue to increase, and expectations are sky-high to deliver ‘the next big thing.’ Corporate training is a lifeline when it comes to addressing these issues. But, have you thought about how sloppy version control can put a real damper on all the hard work your business has put in and set you back?
Time is money and nobody has time to get held up by issues that shouldn’t have happened in the first place.
Unfortunately, some companies have learned the hard way when they find out after purchasing an expensive LMS that version control is prohibiting their business from,
And, certain industries are even more time sensitive as they are on the forefront of change like life sciences, aerospace and manufacturing.
Mounds of SOPs and regulations go hand-in-hand with these industries. So, when it comes to staying in compliance, it’s imperative that version control is dialed in and updates to content can be made quickly and precisely.
Choosing a learning management system requires considering all the details...content being one of them.
Depending on your position within the LMS selection team, you might want to know more about how SMEs work on a piece of content and how to ensure they’re all working from the most current version.
If you’re the CEO, you’ll want to dig in deeper on the questions that explain how efficient the LMS works when it comes to content and version control.
Everyone on the LMS selection team will have a different perspective on content and how it should be handled with the LMS. Be sure that all viewpoints are noted and brought to the discussion table.
Even better, write down use cases that can better explain what you need so the vendor can explain in further detail how they would address the issues.
Choosing the right LMS should bring with it a host of benefits that will propel your business to reach its goals. Content is such an important piece of the puzzle. And, when it fits seamlessly into learning programs, you'll experience faster on-boarding, better compliance and more time to focus on the big picture. So, be sure to think about version control during the selection process.