The potential impact of e-learning on today’s companies is seemingly enormous. By providing personalization of courses, anytime/anywhere learning, more effective training and an increase in productivity, e-learning appears positioned to provide training
The increasing presence on executive staffs of a chief leaning officer or someone with a similar title represents the emerging recognition that an organization’s talent is a strategic asset- an essential element in achieving organizational goals.
If there is a single role that differentiates the CLO from other learning professionals, it is that the CLO must set the overall learning strategy for the enterprise. But what is a learning strategy, and what does it include? The most important element o
Falling stock prices, failed LMS implementations, poor course completion rates, slashed corporate budgets. In the face of all that, will e-learning be remembered as nothing more than a late salvo in the dot-bomb campaign?
Maintaining a strong sales force during difficult times is where training and development organizations struggle to maintain ground, as training budgets often become the focus of cost-cutting initiatives. The right type of salesperson can be a point of di
As chief learning officers, you are charted with cost-effectively managing training and ensuring knowledge transfer through your initiatives. In the past couple of years, you may have been caught in the e-learning boom and quite possibly have been burned.
The enterprise-learning market is 37 percent larger than the U.S. motion picture industry, and more than twice as large as the burgeoning video-game industry. Even in the midst of the most recent economic recession, enterprise spending on learning grew 1.