7 Steps to a Successful LMS Implementation

| January 24, 2018

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You’ve spent months vetting potential vendors, participating in demos, selecting a partner, and preparing your learning and development team for the rollout. Now, it’s time to implement your new LMS. Don’t let obstacles ruin your plan to unveil a great LMS. Here are seven tips to ensure a smooth, successful LMS implementation.Your plan for implementing a new LMS has undoubtedly changed since its initial creation, but the framework, goals, and deadlines should still be mostly intact. Review your initial plan to make sure that your new LMS will solve the business challenges you outlined. Your plan and a well-organized project manager should keep you on track to achieve your milestones and launch deadline.

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