Asked on 27 July
We currently have a SharePoint site that serves as an information repository on all of our training programs and resources. We would like to revamp this site so that it serves as a true performance support tool for our sales force (learners) by adding discussion forums, top rated content, latest news/announcements, etc. Our aim is to make the site more interactive and dynamic in order to drive more usage by our sales teams. We want it to be known as a one-stop-shop for all of their training needs. I would love to hear about:
How someone has successfully created/implemented this at their organization (tips, must-do's, must not do's, process, etc.)
Key components that one should include in a learning portal to drive frequent, regular usage by users
How to best market/launch the site and maintain usage levels
Suggested platform/vendors for the site
All advice is welcome!
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