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e-Learning is not an event, it’s a stage on a journey

by on Mar 24, 2010

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How many times have you encountered a business problem and turned to e-learning to solve it? There’s no denying the merits of online training, particularly in these days of rapid change and ...

How many times have you encountered a business problem and turned to e-learning to solve it? There’s no denying the merits of online training, particularly in these days of rapid change and technological progress.

However, perhaps we have come to rely on e-learning too heavily. Flexible and convenient it may be, but it is not always the solution to every business need. Indeed, the instinct to throw e-learning at every problem, without considering its suitability, ultimately reduces its effectiveness.

In this article Phil Green, industry expert and managing director of Optimum Learning Ltd., explores how managers can ensure that they use e-learning to its full potential. Drawing an enlightening parallel between learning and travelling, he considers how careful planning and preparation can help to ensure a smooth journey and a timely arrival at the desired destination.

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