LMS the New Normal, Why and Why not

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We are also evolving with the evolving sciences and technologies. A few years ago, internet connectivity was possible only through cable devices, but now we have the information at the tip of our fingers. We are already getting the hang of 5G and other technologies like LMS.

Then comes the pandemic, good that we had alternatives available to provide services; otherwise, the consequences would have been unimaginable. The reason the world could survive this is connectivity.

Recessions have been there in the past, but, this one doesn’t seem to be long-lasting. We can already see the industries reopening and the nations recovering very soon. The faster recovery can be seen in the IT sector, and this doesn’t need any clarification.

Substantial shreds of evidence are available to show that any sectors rather than going into losses have actually utilized the opportunity to progress.

The income of people has been affected dramatically and thus the talks of diversifying the income resources geared up. In this context, once the share market started performing well we see a number of courses and applications coming into the picture to make people learn about it.

Product-based companies found it difficult to give field demos to their customers and thus difficulty in acquiring new customers. Thus even these industries went to launch their learning courses, demo videos, etc. for online customers onboard.

How LMS came into the picture?

Many critical and unavoidable conditions caused people to resign or lose their jobs due to the circumstances. However, the new challenge was not only in hiring new employees but also in ensuring that the existing workforce was compatible and efficient with the new online process. Providing them with training, and collaborating with each and every employee would have taken a long time if something like an LMS (Learning Management System) did not exist.

The education sector also took the hardest hit of the decade. eLearning, however, was there to fill the gap. Some challenges did appear, but eLearning served the purpose for the most part.

These are things that have now come in handy, and people are more or less getting used to them. The increased awareness that has resulted from this crisis represents an opportunity.

All these have brought us to a point where we are planning to go back to the pre-pandemic situation, and this is quite visible, but at the same time, the major point of thought is the process change.

There is no doubt that LMS has proven its capabilities and utilities in almost all sectors. Be it corporate or education, it has made significant contributions. Whether we talk of learning, training, or onboarding, all this has been smoothly carried out by the LMS.

How it can work for you?

What we should now be focusing on is the potential it has. The potential to enhance productivity, profit margins, workforce efficiency, and much more. The list can go on and on. There are various reports showing how LMS has helped with successful policy implementation and given the business an edge in growth.

There can be challenges in the beginning, but they can be overcome. With a broader analysis, when we see that LMS has so much to give, I do not see any hesitation in adopting it when it is getting acceptance worldwide. It is better late than never. In the end, it is a competitive world, and it works on the principle of survival of the fittest, so we have to become fit to survive in the market. And if we get this by adopting something new and advanced, then there should not be a question mark in our heads.

Nizam from Acadle

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