The E-learning Revolution: From Propositions to Reality
CIPD Publishing, 2001 - 202 lappuses
This text focuses on the evolving role of trainers and training within the organization. It urges trainers not to be seduced by technology at the expense of their ultimate objective - to enhance learning. Built around a series of propositions, it examines: why barriers between knowledge management, performance management and training must fall if competitive advantage through people is realized; how technology that offers learner-centred opportunities will redefine the concept of the learning organization; why expertise in soft technology will give trainers new credibility; why time, not spend will be the scarce resource as learning competes with other organizational demands; the validity of corporate universities and virtual business schools; and what can be learnt from the different strategic responses to e-learning of blue-chip companies.
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