Covid-19 pandemics have made innovations even more crucial and used them to take market power over competitors considering challenges that the world and global economy face. To achieve this goal, organizations need competent and high-expertise human capital as a workforce. That is one of the key reasons organizations increase their investment in developing, re-skilling and up-skilling their workforce via various learning and development programs and solutions compared to previous years.
Given the direct impact of this process on the company's revenues, the following graph demonstrates the value flow generated (Figure 1):
Organizations aim to ensure minimum time and efficient expenditure structures to achieve and build a learning system that delivers sustainable developmental solutions and interventions. Knowledge sustainability is a purpose, which focuses on various learning methods and solutions to make knowledge last and kept longer.
A learning management system (shortly, LMS) is a platform that gathers all the learning solutions in one place and automates the process of learning to present development opportunities to end-users - learners/employees. Digital learning enables users/employees to develop their competencies quickly, no matter the place and time and makes knowledge and information accessible for all, and gives an unlimited option to relearn, repeat and refresh anything already completed unlimitedly.