20 Key Core Concepts for Learning Management Systems for Chief Learning Officers building Corporate, Library and Public Educational Organizations
Quick Summary 1-2-3
1 – Re-assess – evaluate all existing and new training and organize using a standards approach such as OCI below.
2 – Re-think – integrate and organize content into a learning management and delivery system – the LMS.
3 – Re-organize – build new or re-organize company or organization – such as below.
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Here 20 core concepts:
1 – Multiple Colleges with Multiple University’s – like any university grow, adapt, add, adjust to changing curriculum requirements.
2 – Unlimited Professors and Students – give professors and students faster access to each other for fasting learning and development.
3 – Professor – Student Communications – chat – 1:1 and group video – anywhere, anytime mobile, desktop comms
4 – Easy course authoring assembly in text, video, audio – from short story to a novel, from fast video to movie length video or multi-hour podcasts as much as you can like.
5 – Unlimited Course Catalog with Special Course Collections – courses within courses and special courses anytime.
6 – Social Learning Newsletter – all the time any time newsfeed for rapid fire communications.
7 – Ondemand and Streaming Video – stream “live video” to millions and save to ondemand anytime viewing.
8 – Calendar integration with Acticons – Action Icons for assignments and tasks – coolest way to schedule anything.
9 – Mobile first learning – smartphone first designed platform.
10 – Simplified course assignments and communications – create and communicate assignments anytime.
11 – Content blending – mix content media – post any media anytime.
12 – Content development support with 500+ videos – proven experience in building content to help you anytime.
13 – Personalized content management – save drafts of any content to help you practice before you publish.
14 – AI core elements – proven AI knowledge networking technology
15 – Personal and group video conferencing – create public webinars and virtual events with 1:1 networking and breakout sessions.
16 – Core integrated CMS-content management system – beyond learning to content management and development.
17 – Private label University – YourEdu private label platform – proven award-winning platform with your name on it.
18 – Weekend customer support – not just chat – we are here to hear you.
19 – Extensive business promotion to expand your courses – with 30,000 followers on Linked we can promote your university.
20 – Agile development platform for what’s next – CRM, email marketing, and much more already underway now and in the future.
These 20 concepts are of a global knowledge management standards-model.
The 7 Layers in the OCI-Open Communications Interface
A Knowledge Management Model for Corporate and Educational Universities.
To Developing a Standards-Approach for Knowledge Design, Development, Delivery & Disciplines.
The model breaks each layer and provides unique functions such as.
– Breaking issues into distinct activities – separates functions from one another.
– Simplify processes – to provide unique functions.
– Provide means to create standards – to all the different companies to work together.
– Provide means for compatibility – at least tries to build “common” training programs.
such as fundamentals of management, supervisory, manufacturing, communications, regulatory compliance, mechanical and others.
– Recognizes you don’t have to do everything at once – solves the problem of too few or too many functions.
– Allows for overview, security and management checks at each layer.
– Provides for management view and consensus building.
The 7 layers of the OCI model are – click on image for 2-minute video.
Layer 1 – Physical – touch, drive, see, turn, listen, access, lift, robots, machines, devices.
Layer 2- Interface – language, tone, instruments, machine learning.
Layer 3 – Process – organizational, compliance, security, process automation.
Layer 4 – Policy & Analysis – internal, design, development, delivery, disciplines.
Layer 5 – Organizational Interfaces – up – down, lateral, interdepartmental, governance.
Layer 6 – Executive – C-Level – strategy and external policy.
Layer 7 – Strategic – Public – Private Policy, environmental, regulatory.
The OCI model and an LMS are all part of an management strategy below – click on the image for details on why.
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