Leaders have a responsibility to work to guarantee meaning and purpose are diffused throughout the organization so appropriate goals and tactics can be developed to meet its needs.
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The e-learning euphoria is over. Gone are the days of extended budgets and expanded investment in virtual classrooms and interactive training without clear business objectives or returns. And that’s the way it should be. If you’re spending on e-learning,
This article elaborates on a model published by Rick Crowley of Cisco Systems in 2002 and offers an overview of the components of an e-learning infrastructure. From a technology-planning standpoint, an e-learning architecture may be categorized into three
Although e-learning got off to a shaky start in the late 1990s, industry analysts are now bullish about the enabling technologies, notably enterprise learning management systems (LMSs), both in terms of growing adoption rates and quick return on investmen
There’s a stampede coming — today’s LMS vendors can’t move fast enough into talent management. For those of us who follow technology, this rush into a small, largely undeveloped market represents a deviation from the typical technology maturity curve. For…
What’s the one trend that has continued to dominate chief learning officers’ mind share? Experiential learning. This type of learning is directly linked to a company’s top strategic business priorities. There are three reasons why interest in experiential learning has…