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The Business Case For E-Learning by Nader Nanjiani, Tom Kelly,

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Chapter 12. Organizing an Internet Learning Initiative

As previously discussed, the essential components of a successful e-learning model include e-communication, e-training, and e-assessment. The next question is, what are the steps that you can take to create success for your organization or ecosystem? This chapter discusses the eight steps required to organize an Internet learning program that generates productivity advantages:

  1. Prepare a business justification for Internet learning in your organization.

  2. Gather at least one senior executive’s support and buy-in, including for the expected results, for a demonstration or pilot project.

  3. Assess build versus buy options.

  4. Implement the pilot.

  5. Measure and report tangible results.

  6. Plan the implementation ...

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