When your lms misses the mark: is a redeployment in your future?
Date: Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
What happens when an organization’s learning management system misses the mark in delivering a culture of learning? It’s a complicated and challenging decision, but if an LMS fails to meet the educational needs of customers, training needs of employees and business goals of the organization, an enterprise redeployment may be necessary. During this spotlight webinar, Arthur Harrington, director of education at Imprivata — a health care IT security company — will share how he made the tough choices to rethink, redesign and redeploy the organization’s LMS.
During this Spotlight Webinar, viewers will:
- Realize when it is time to take your medicine and let stakeholders know “we’re starting over from scratch.”
- Learn how to balance training needs and business needs as you plan your LMS deployment (and plan for its growth).
- Appreciate what it takes to maintain and scale your learning management system.
Arthur Harrington is a training and education executive with 25 years of progressive leadership in architecting and delivering education strategies on a global level for innovative and growth-oriented companies. Most of his experience has been in the health care IT realm. He has used his combination of education and business acumen to transform training departments from afterthoughts to integral components of customer and employee success.
He is a leader with a proven capacity to crystallize strategic vision and execute training projects in support of building organizational capabilities, maintaining competitive advantage and enabling scalability. His experience includes the implementation of customer, partner and employee learning management systems for various organizations.
In his current role, Harrington is responsible for the design, development and delivery of education solutions to Imprivata’s customers and partners. He also oversees the development of e-learning solutions for Imprivata’s employees. Prior to his current role he held progressively more challenging positions at Massachusetts General Hospital, GE Healthcare, and Nuance Communications. Harrington has been a frequent guest speaker at the University of Massachusetts at Boston where he has earned a master’s in instructional design and an MBA with a focus on global management.