The Implementation of a Learning Management System in Achieving SDGs for Creating Decent Work and Sustainability of Organization

Abstract

Learning management systems have helped many companies in providing work comfort to their employees and protecting them from the impact of the pandemic. Another goal of the companies is to support government programs in achieving sustainable development goals (SDGs), especially health security. This study describes employees’ acceptance of learning management systems in Indonesia. The study analyzed system quality, perceived self-efficacy, facilitating conditions, functionality, user interface design, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, behavioral intention, enjoyment, learning goal orientation, and employees’ attitudes. Data were collected through interviews and analyzed using thematic analysis.


Keywords: Learning Management System, SDGs. Sustainability Organization

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