I work with lots of folks who are investing in an LMS for the first time, which can feel quite overwhelming, especially when you don’t have someone designated to manage the solution.
Often times, as we wrap up the evaluation and the team decides to move forward with Docebo, the business will agree to hire someone to manage the platform. A question I’m typically asked is, “what should we look for in an LMS Admin?” and I’d love to hear from you all;
What are the skills/qualities/traits needed to be a great LMS Admin?
How steep is the learning curve if an organization looks to promote someone internally who’s never managed an LMS?
At what point do you feel 1 LMS Admin is not enough to support managing something like Docebo?
What would be the best advice I could share to help organizations find a great fit?
Thank you all!