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    Learning and Development

    Advanced Methods of Introducing LXP to Your Organization

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    nitzan michman
    March 16, 2023
    3 min read
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    Organizations have been using LMSs for a long time now.

    But as technology advances and training requirements change, employees and training leaders have come to realize that LMSs aren’t quite catching up with the changing learning landscape.

    Today’s learners are more flexible and tech-savvy than ever. They want the freedom to choose what, when, and how to learn—something conventional learning management systems can’t provide. Enter LXP—a technology that goes beyond the traditional LMSs.


    We assume that if you’ve made it this far you already know what an LXP is….

    But if you’re unfamiliar with what an LXP is check out these articles from our partner and learning and development guru Craig Weiss:


    How to Effectively Introduce LXP to Your Organization

    Investing in an LXP isn’t enough to get your employees on board and encourage them to learn. How you introduce and implement the system can make the difference between success and failure. Here are some golden tips to help you effectively introduce LXP to your organization.


    1.Choose a Platform that Integrates Well with Other Systems

    Investing in a new employee learning software can be costly and time-consuming.

    To help things go smoothly, invest in a platform that integrates well with all or some of your critical business applications. This will save your LXP implementation team a lot of time and make it easy for your employees to navigate and use the new system.

    The good news is that most learning experience platforms integrate with other systems such as learning management systems (LMS). This means you don’t have to ditch your old system in favor of the new one. They can be used in tandem to enhance each other.


    2.Train Learners on How to Use the Platform

    It may seem obvious, but the fear of the unknown is one of the top reasons employees resist change. Employees might feel reluctant to let the old system go for fear that the new system will introduce complexities that will negatively impact their learning.

    The solution? Have a training program to ensure all employees are conversant with the ins and outs of the new system before it goes live.

    You can achieve this by providing employee training on how to use the new system a few weeks before the platform is launched. Also, let them know the benefits the new platform has over their old system, and they’ll be inclined to migrate to the new system.


    3.Customize Your LXP Design for Improved User Experience

    While implementing LXP for your organization, it’s vital to be clear about the results you want to achieve with the platform. The learner’s success should be the main focus of the program.

    To that end, it’s vital to customize the platform to the learner’s preferences.

    By providing individualized content, LXP platforms facilitate the achievement of learning goals. For example, you could customize your new platform to provide individualized suggestions, promote popular courses, or even push the learner toward the required courses.


    4. Enable Live Learning

    Live classes allow interaction with employees through chats and comments, which helps make learning more dynamic and engaging.

    Enabling live learning in your LXP can deliver similar results.

    Learning experience platforms can interact with some of the market’s most advanced video teleconferencing software to bring live learning. This way, learners can benefit from uninterrupted learning even when working remotely.


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    Wrapping Up

    LXPs are truly the future of learning and development in the business world. All of the points which we discussed here demonstrate the tremendous value which having an LXP could bring not only to your employees’ development and learning, but also to your organization.


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