As an LMS administrator, you want to segment your users by their unique attributes, such as the department they are in, what their role or job title is, what their employment status is (hourly vs. salary), where they are located (United States vs. Canada), or any other number of attributes that characterize your employees. In this video, you’ll learn how you can assign learning paths to different groups of users within your organization.
Deliver Content Based on User Department & Role
Knowledge Anywhere’s LMS allows you to segment your users so that you can deliver prescriptive learning paths tailored to different groups within your organization. That way, your sales representatives see only training content related to developing the necessary sales skills they need on the job, and vice versa for other groups of users in your organization (Marketing, Accounting, Finance, Operations, etc.).
Deliver Content Based on User Employment Status or Hire Date
With Knowledge Anywhere’s LMS you can assign learning paths based on a user’s employment status (hourly vs. salary), or based on their hire date. This capability is especially useful for ensuring the consistent delivery of new employee onboarding training.
Deliver Content Based on User Location
Want to deliver different content to users in different geographic locations? With Knowledge Anywhere’s LMS you can ensure that users across the globe see only the content that is optimized for them. This capability is particularly useful when you have training content localized into different languages, or altered to accommodate a specific country’s acceptable customs or norms.
Deliver Content Based on Your Unique Attributes
With Knowledge Anywhere’s LMS you can customize the attribute fields to ensure you assign learning paths based on the user characteristics that are most important to your organization. Some examples include (but aren’t limited to): Organizational Unit, Division, or Job Code.