In the world of employee training, a stark evolution has emerged, distinguishing traditional Learning Management Systems (LMSs) from modern learning platforms. This has revolutionized the way organizations approach skill development, making it imperative to understand the fundamental distinctions between the old and new approach. Take a look at the key differentiators that set traditional and modern LMSs apart, shedding light on how this shift has redefined the landscape of corporate learning and development.
Traditional way vs
You must manually bridge the gap between content creation and delivery by using multiple, expensive platforms.
Unified content development and delivery allows you to get employee training up and running faster with less people and money.
Generic training paths, one-size-fits-all approach regardless of role or skill level.
Personalized learning profiles, competency mapping to content, assessments, and reporting in minutes - tuned for employee role and skill development needs.
Time-consuming training that is difficult to update.
AI-powered tools allow you to build personalized employee training courses in just minutes.
Rigid, static content formats.
Incorporation of new media and technologies like gamification, making employee training engaging and fun.
Isolated from HR systems leading to disjointed employee data management and training administration.
Integrate with HR systems, streamlining employee data management and allowing for synchronized training and HR processes.
Limited reporting and insights.
Robust analytics and reporting tools, empowering HR and L&D teams to track employee progress, measure training program impact, and make data-driven decisions for continuous improvement.
Isolated learning in a vacuum.
Social learning in a community. You can connect with individuals who share your learning objectives through wikis, forums, chat, scrolling real-time widgets, and the Green Dot activity indicator.