As a manager, you have significant impact on your corporate working culture, knowledge-sharing, collaboration, and the engagement of your employees – and therefore, on how your business performs. However, building a strong learning and collaboration culture that promotes open knowledge-sharing amongst employees can be difficult without the right tools.
Microsoft Teams is a digital platform that has revolutionized how companies in the digital age work, connect,and learn.The tool brings the physical workspace to the online space, allowing you to seamlessly integrate your most valuable tools to create the best hub for teamwork.
One of the most valuable tools that can be integrated into Microsoft Teams is LMS365 -a modern, cloud-based learning platform for the modern digital workplace. LMS365 connects eLearning and classroom training,to train, empower,and engage your employees,all on the streamlined Microsoft Teams platform.
Corporate learning should no longer be seen as an endpoint but as acontinuous process. Make learning an integrated part of an employee’s everyday workflow -accessible anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Users can share individual courses within a specific conversation thread or add training as tabs within a channel, where all members can collaborate and help each other throughout the learning process.
By combining the direct interaction within the team -meetings, chat,and videos-with the corporate training, LMS365 provides a complete and flexible learning experience inside Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Teams brings the physical workspace into the online space. And coupled with LMS365, employees can learn, interact and help each other throughout the learning process – allowing them to grow and connect via a single platform.
By implementing quality employee training – with LMS365 -through the secure and interconnected Microsoft Teams platform, your organization can easily store vital documents and details all in one place so that they are accessible to your employees when they need them.
Most organizations are still in the early stages and are handling remote working in a very ad hoc manner. This e-Book is a guide to help organizations embrace the major upsurge in remote workers and get the most from more flexible working conditions.