Small companies experiencing rapid growth can be priced out of the age old solution of authoring tool build and LMS output. In this article, we take a look at how small, growing companies can begin to implement a scalable, learning platform to support their ever-growing learning and development needs.
In a world where startups can boom overnight and businesses can cut out brick and mortar locations and traditional business expenses while generating huge revenues, learning and development departments have to adapt and react to the quick and unpredictable movements of business in 2015.
I think it’s fair to assume that as companies set out, learning and development certainly isn’t a high priority – the formative months or even years are about establishing a company and honing their craft in what is probably a competitive market. It wouldn’t make financial sense to set out building and implementing a library of learning solutions while there’s only a handful of staff working out of a small office – it’s certainly something that comes with time and grows with the demands of a workforce.