Our HR team would like to use a tool (looking at LRN) to deliver policy content to our end-users, and test their retention of the key points of the policy.  Anyone using this tool, or similar, with feedback?

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Director of IT in Healthcare and Biotech, 51 - 200 employees
We have used several different tools in this regard. Bamboo, ADP, 15Five, Amplify, etc. No one tool seems to do everything right, though each has their own strengths. Bamboo is by far the most end-user friendly. 15Five has strength in questionnaires, so they may be one you want to include in your evaluation process. ADP tries to do everything, and fails at the most important attributes. Amplify seems to do a good job with documentation and forms, as well as training modules. I know I've given several different examples, but hopefully it provides you with some options to look into.
Director of IT in Education, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
we've been using vector training, which has worked well, allowing central monitoring of end user progress/completion
VP of IT in Software, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
We have our own internal tools (homegrown application) for delivering policy to our employees.
Director of IT in Education, 2 - 10 employees
Look for tools that offer features like quizzes, assessments, or gamified learning to enhance employee engagement and improve retention of policy information. These interactive elements make the learning experience more enjoyable and impactful. Ensure the tool provides detailed analytics and reporting features to track performance.
VP of IT in Software, 201 - 500 employees
LRN is a popular tool for delivering policy content and testing retention, it has the ability to create interactive policy modules that can be easily customized to your organization's specific needs. And I have heard positive feedback from others who have used it. One more thing you need to consider is the complexity of your policies -- if you have complex policies, you will need a tool that can provide users with the information they need in a clear and concise way.

Director of Enablement, 501 - 1,000 employees
Going with LRN would give your HR team what they need to deliver, however this can create a disjointed training strategy across your organisation

I suggest looking for external companies that can provide you with SCORM content that you could upload to a corporate learning management system (LMS)

This allows you to centralise learning across the organisation, provides you the ability to customise the content to meet your needs, plus removes vendor-lock-in if LRN goes downhill for any reason
Head of Cloud Security Migration & Transformation in Finance (non-banking), 10,001+ employees
We do not use a third party solution as we have our own internal developed platform.
Director in Construction, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Yes - all of our key policies and compliance requirements have a LMS course along with key questions to ensure understanding.  The end of the questions there is a final question for the user to confirm their agreement to follow the policy of the organization.

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