The Extended LMS – The John Leh Report

John Leh runs a firm called Talented Learning and he is quite the talented guy when it comes to speaking about Extended Enterprise LMS. Talented Learning is a news, research and consulting organization dedicated to the advancement of all aspects of extended enterprise learning technology solutions. His weekly blog and webinar publishes best practices, vendor reviews, education and case studies that are useful to professionals involved in channel, customer, association, academic and public sector learning.

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John has been in the industry for 20 years, serving as a trusted adviser to more than 100 learning organizations, and has found his way into selling learning management systems. He is the CEO and Lead Analyst at Talented Learning, LLC. He is also an LMS selection consultant and eLearning industry blogger focused on helping organizations plan and implement technology strategies that support extended enterprise learning. John helps organizations define their business case, identify requirements, short list vendors, write and manage the RFP and negotiate a great deal.

This interview will take a closer look at John’s background in eLearning management and success. John began the interview by telling us a little about how he got into an area of learning management systems called the extended LMS.

We asked John why he thinks the term extended LMS has not become a more popular term in the last 20 years and how he is working on changing that.

John then explains his business model and what he plans on doing to continue to enhance the term extended LMS.

John is planning to be putting out his first learning management system report. He explains the LMS report in this next clip.

An official title has not yet been decided on for the LMS report but John says his team is working on it. We appreciate John taking the time to tell us about his success and the exciting future for the extended LMS.

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