Agylia is pleased to announce the release of its Team Manager Dashboard to extend the capability of the Agylia Learning Management System (LMS).
The new graphical Team Manager Dashboard provides managers and team leaders with the ability to keep-up-to-date and manage the learning activities of their team.
With organisational learning no longer the sole responsibility of the learning and development (L&D) department, organisations now look to embrace a culture where everyone takes ownership of learning - Agylia’s Team Manager Dashboard helps organisations expand learning beyond L&D.
Tim Buff, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at Agylia said, “With the Team Manager Dashboard, local managers and team leaders have easy access to information and the ability to manage their team’s learning activities. L&D are also happy because it frees them from administration tasks, meaning they can focus on strategic learning and delivering real change across the organisation.”
The fully responsive Team Manager Dashboard, accessible on desktop and mobile devices, provides managers with easy access to the learning activities of their team, wherever they are. Managers can also administer their team’s activities, such as approving course enrolments and independent learning submissions - helping to improve the learning process and increasing the amount of activities being done, as there is no need to wait for L&D.
“By enabling managers to take ownership of their team’s learning, they can motivate and encourage activity completions amongst their team - vital in ensuring compliance. Managers can also mentor and support their team through independent learning activities - helping their team to achieve skills that will develop their careers,” Tim continued.
The Team Manager Dashboard is a standard feature of the Agylia LMS, a mobile, flexible and global solution that provides organisations with a modern platform to manage and deliver their digital learning and performance support programmes, including eLearning, microlearning, videos, job aids, and Office and PDF documents.
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