Implementation of your learning management system - whether migrating to another system or supplier or implementing a brand new system, requires an experienced and professional implementation support vendor.
To understand the modern workplace and how it is rapidly evolving is critical to all those actively supporting the performance and well-being of workers, both within the organisation and across the extended enterprise.
Once you’ve finished building, testing, reviewing and refining your learning platform, you’re probably ready to take a year off work and watch as the users flood in and shower your efforts with praise.
When looking for a new learning management system, there is a multitude of questions that must be asked, starting with: What do I need my LMS to be able to do to allow us to reach our learning goals? However, one initial consideration that people often
If you’re responsible for helping people continuously learn and stay up to date, you already know that formal training courses are not enough. Things change. New insights are published and shared every day. Courses go out of date.
This is a guest post from Jeff Campbell, Founder and CEO of Motrain - a corporate training engagement platform that integrates with Totara Learn - designed to improve course completion rates and help learners develop a stronger personal connection to th
From simple plugins and themes, to deep integrations with other software and tools, Totara provides organisations with the flexibility to integrate and freedom to innovate in order to fulfil their workforce learning and development needs.
Migrating from one learning platform to another can be stressful. Time, budget and scope creep can all send the project off track, meaning it is essential to have a watertight plan of action for the best possible results.
There are two major annoyances for learning professionals: one is everyone in the organisation wanting a say on your learning programmes, and the other is nobody else in the organisation caring what you’re working on.
Last week the Totara team was joined in Wellington, Totara’s headquarters, by over 100 users and partners to collaborate and share ideas on how Totara is being used in workplaces across New Zealand and further afield.
The traditional concept of an organisation is changing. Businesses today are much more fluid, intertwined and porous than ever before, which poses a challenge to L&D teams looking to deliver learning to improve business results.
The energy industry was an early advocate of the digital transformation, but following the oil price downturn in 2015, increasing scrutiny has been placed on optimisation and an emphasis was placed on a skilled, highly competent, ‘lean’ workforce.
This spring, eThink Education, 2018 Totara Global Partner of the Year, launched eThink Academy which expands on eThink's current training offerings to clients and provides training courses to the general public.
#ATD2019 wrapped up last week in beautiful Washington, DC and the Totara team welcomed delegates to the Totara Village to speak with ecosystem partners who were exhibiting alongside us: eThink Education, Synegen, Moonami, Remote Learner, and GO1, with s
ATD ICE 2019 in Washington, DC is just around the corner. If you intend on asking exhibiting vendors about how their learning technology can help solve your workplace learning dilemmas, we have some tips on how to get the conversation started.
The rapid rate of change in politics around the world means that it has never been more important for civil servants to ensure that the skills they need to perform their roles effectively are up-to-date and up-to-scratch.
With just a few short weeks to go until our first-ever EMEA Totara User Conference, we thought it was time to delve into some of the Totara Partner-led sessions we have lined up for you on day two of the conference.
Compliance training remains a key concern for most L&D teams. Non-compliance can be catastrophic for an organisation, resulting in multi-million dollar fines, restrictions on business activity and irreparable reputational damage.