Extended Enterprise Learning: Increase Revenue By Enabling Partners, Customers, And Other Learning Audiences

by Docebo

There are plenty of benefits to extending learning to your partners, customers, etc., but how can you actually get started with extended enterprise learning? Download this paper to find out!

Key Chapters

  1. What is Extended Enterprise Learning?

    Extended enterprise learning is learning that is targeted beyond your organization’s internal employees.

  2. Benefits of Extended Enterprise Learning

    Extended enterprise learning can help to increase revenue, decrease costs, and improve productivity.

  3. Extended Enterprise Learning in Practice

    Extended enterprise learning is used for many business objectives, including onboarding, delivering product/service updates, and more.

  4. Getting Started with Extended Enterprise Learning

    Getting started with extended enterprise learning is easier than you might think. You’ll need a business case, learning content, and an LMS.

A state-of-the-art LMS can help make the connection between organizational performance and learning, allowing for more visibility into the link between partner channel performance and the learning content they’ve completed, among other insights.

If you think your online training program should only be limited to your in-house employees, then you are dead wrong. Extended enterprise learning brings significant benefits, but you have to use the right arguments to make your executives see that.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of the eLearning Industry's Network