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With a well-crafted training or e-learning video, learners can pause, play, rewind or repeat as many times as necessary.

Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been revealing our top tips for creating an LMS that perfectly meets your organization’s unique requirements.

Now many of us have had a full year of remote working, it’s safe to say that most of us have a good handle on what we’re doing. 

Last week, we revealed the first two ways for you to ensure LMS success - namely ensuring your LMS molds to your organization and customizing the look and feel of your LMS.

Employee engagement strategies have never been more important.

For many organizations, a learning management system (LMS) will be the biggest investment in their entire learning strategy.

As you may know, March is Women's History Month, which encourages people to explore important issues relating to women.

The Learning Systems survey shows the future looks bright, but how can the LMS do better?

How do you select a learning management system (LMS) that fits your organization’s size, sector, culture and budgetary requirements?

Totara offers a unique business model that is based on the philosophy that the organization and the learner should have freedom of choice.

This week (March 15th-21st 2021) is Neurodiversity Celebration Week. It is a time to celebrate all of the neurodiverse people in our lives, including our employees, and the strengths they have.

If you’re comparing Totara Learn, Moodle or TalentLMS while searching for your next workplace LMS or corporate learning solution, you’re probably wondering:

Nothing in business has been as constant as change. But 2020 drastically altered how many organizations define "change."

The Prisoner's Dilemma is known in game theory in which each side can choose to either cooperate or switch sides.

The global COVID-19 pandemic has put the healthcare industry under more pressure than any other time in living memory.

When it comes to achieving workplace actualization and learning to be adaptable, where should your organization start?

First, it's important to understand how we've arrived at our current world of work.

Most talent management professionals agree that implementing continuous performance management is critical in today’s fast-moving world.

When questioning if e-learning "works" for corporate training, it's important to review what is really being asked. 

Imagine you’re in art class at school. You’re trying to master watercolor painting, but you’re just not getting the hang of it.

Enterprise-level LMS reporting features and tools are crucial criteria when choosing a learning management system (LMS).

The global pandemic has caused huge changes to the working lives of millions of people. More than 40% of Americans have changed jobs, and reskilling and upskilling continues to be critical.

With many of us changing how we work due to the lockdown, many people might be training virtually for the first time.

The World Economic Forum recently published their prediction of the top 10 skills workers - and organizations - will need in 2025 - and they might not all be the skills you might expect.

This time last year, who would’ve thought that this is where we’d be today? As you may know, the Totara team is based around the world.

Agile performance management is a hot topic. Any manager or HR leader worth their salt knows why: 

Totara's audiences tool is one of the most powerful features available across all of our products, and provides much of the personalization and automation your learners (and administrators) enjoy.

What agile performance management tools do you really need? 

Accurate and timely reporting is an essential for any learning management system.

When you think about giving feedback to your employees, what’s the first thing you think about? Chances are, you dread the awkward conversation. Lots of managers go so far as to avoid giving employee feedback altogether, especially when it’s negative.

When Douglas Conant took over as CEO of Campbell’s Soup in 2001, it was the worst-performing major food brand of its time.

Things were so bad that a Gallup manager described employee engagement as “the worst ever seen among the Fortune 500.”

The five workplace disruptors are inextricably linked. Tackling each in isolation will have value, but the more of these disruptors you can address, the bigger the impact will be.

Many roles are being phased out as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which harnesses digitalization and increasingly complex, sophisticated technology, takes hold.