If you chose TalentLMS for your enterprise e-learning needs you made the right choice (if we may say so). But to successfully sell it to your organization you need to convince two groups of people: end users and managers.
End users are your “students”. These can be new employees taking an orientation course or senior employees learning a new skill or process. In any case, they, and not their managers, are the ones who will be actively using your LMS platform.
General advice about running an e-learning service (some of which you can find in this very blog) applies to enterprise users too. Advice about course structure, graphic design, content guidelines and the like, for example, is still valid.