International Institute for Learning, Inc.
The Value of
using new technologies to
drive business innovation
the rapid pace
In today’s globally connected and technology driven
landscape, an innovation or disruption on the other side of
the globe can have an immediate impact on your business
The projected impact of the 12 leading disruptive
technologies is between $14 trillion and $33 trillion a year
in 2025 (McKinsey)
Massive, unprecedented changes in ad models, revenue
streams and distribution methods have already been
observed in print media, film, television and postal services
due to changing information technology.
Companies must adapt to these new realities or fall by the
wayside of more agile competitors.
Professionals must continually build their skill sets to stay
current and maintain competitive edge.
As organizations meet the challenges of the current economic landscape, companies and individuals are being
asked to “do more with less.”
Resource scarcity and budget shortfalls mean organizations and their personnel must reduce waste and
The increasing costs of brick-and-mortar education mean that more people are choosing to learn skills and
proficiencies though online courses that fit their schedule and lifestyle.
Virtual Learning tools allow organizations to save time and costs on travel, materials and space. The availability
of repeated access to Virtual Learning guides increases a company's ROI each time the learning material is
accessed by personnel.
41% of Fortune 500 companies utilized new technologies in designated learning time in 2013.
Source: The Power of eLearning
the power of
90% of the fastest growing jobs require skills in
technology, project management and business
Virtual Learning has been shown to deliver a 50%
increase in employee productivity and a revenue
increase of 26% per employee.
According to IBM, Virtual Learning guides led to a
retention of 5 times more material for their
employees and each dollar invested led to a $30 ROI
72% of organizations surveyed believe responsive
Virtual Learning is helping them stay on top of
technological and methodological changes in their
Companies plan a 240% increase in Virtual Learning
investment in 2014.
Sources: eLearning Statistics You Need To Know, The Power of eLearning, Why ELearning is So Effective, IBM: The Value of Training
of Virtual Learning
Employees are able to learn in the
workplace where they will be utilizing
the skills they are mastering.
Learning can be scheduled and
accessed to avoid interruption of
work flow or excessive time away
from the job.
Virtual Learning is cost-effective and
requires less overhead and
personnel, increasing a company’s
ROI per employee.
Accessibility empowers staff to seek
out new skills and manage their own
Allows faster integration of new
technologies and methods into work
Allows quicker response to new
business practices, regulations and
IIL’s Virtual Classroom
& On-Demand Virtual
IIL is a global leader in training, consulting, coaching and
customized course development, and is proud to be the
educational provider of choice for many top global
IIL's core competencies include Project, Program and
Portfolio Management, Business Analysis, Microsoft®
Project and Project Server, Lean Six
Sigma, PRINCE2®, ITIL®, Agile, Leadership and
Interpersonal Skills, Sustainability and Corporate
With IIL’s Virtual Classroom you can bring the
interactivity, expertise and diverse curriculum of our
traditional courses straight to your desktop or laptop. All
courses include live interaction with your instructor and
fellow students. You may also view archived sessions to
review post-class or to make up a missed session.
With On-Demand courses you can set your own pace.
Log on when and where you learn best, and revisit and
review content as often as you’d like.
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