712 You Have Selected an LMS. Now What?
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Wednesday, March 27
Once we selected a new LMS, there were still a lot of questions to answer as we went about implementing it. How long does the average implementation take? Did we budget enough for cost? Who needs to be involved? How do we handle historical data and content metadata? Who is held accountable for meeting milestones and for ensuring a successful launch? All these and more were questions we had to think through to ensure a successful implementation. We had one shot at this and couldn't afford to fail.
In this session, you’ll get strategies for how to navigate through the intricate endeavor of switching from one learning management system to another, and learn from our experiences with our own LMS implementation. You’ll find out about some of the most common challenges you can expect, explore best practices to avoid implementation pitfalls, and find out ways to ensure a seamless implementation.
In this session, you will learn:
- About the different phases of an LMS implementation
- Who needs to be involved, and at what stage in the process
- How to avoid implementation pitfalls
- How to identify red flags
Designers, managers, senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.)
Adobe Prime, Single-Sign-On, ADP HRIS, Skillsoft content library
Senior Manager, eLearning & Operational Training
Margharita Nehme is a senior manager of eLearning and operational training at FirstService Residential, the leading residential property management company in North America. With over 12 years in the training and instructional design fields, she has acquired significant expertise in content creation, execution and evaluation of training programs, message design, digital videography, research analysis, LMS customization, and content development for multiple platforms. Her expertise includes knowledge of assessment tools; in-depth evaluation, selection, and implementation of learning management systems; integration of enterprise learning ecosystems; virtual training platforms; usability testing; and media editing.