Trends in Corporate eLearning

By Paul Silli

A trend I found interesting to track is with large companies that use eLearning as a collaborative, profit enhancing partnership. There are many corporations in America and the world that have full-time IT Departments that use eLearning — which moves beyond teaching through online courses at the K12 or higher institution levels. Companies use eLearning to improve productivity and communication among its in-house employees and assist in managing worker efficiency. The end goal is to increase marginal profits by providing internal, industry skill development.

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11 Responses to “Trends in Corporate eLearning”

  1. Randy Piley Says:

    Enjoyed the presentation. I did not know Corp. was leaning toward internal Elearning over outsources. good ta know.

  2. gatorball Says:

    Appreciate your thoughts. Yes, Corporare eLearning is heading to internalizing instead of outsourcing. In the long run it is more cost efficient for larger companies. There will always be a need for outsourcing with smaller staffed e learning needs.

  3. isaias Says:

    it seems like e Learning is a tool for corporate fat cats to save money.Darn them

  4. Alena Says:

    That was very interseting. I had knoe idea that there was a progam called eLearning and now i do! Thanks Mr.Silli =]

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  11. aditya452010 Says:

    All great ideas but I would also add another item to it: consider doing a virtual event/meeting. Virtual events and meetings are a great way to deliver training and enable collaboration especially with travel budgets cut. These solutions are being deployed so rapidly by companies that the market is projected to exceed $18 billion by 2015. If you are interested in how you can use virtual environments attend the Virtual Edge Summit Feb. 22-23 (virtually or in-person if you are in/near Silicon Valley). There is no registration fee if you take a short survey.

    Virtual Edge Summit 2010 is the only event that focuses exclusively on providing education, training and solutions for planning and producing virtual events, meetings and communities. Over 2 days, 80 experts will share their experience with you, and be available for one-on-ones. The event also offers a rich program for featuring experts from Cisco, Stanford, IBM, Disney SAP, Oracle, Intel as well as top virtual technology and service providers like InXpo, ON24, 6Connex, Stream57, CGS VirtualEvents365, George P. Johnson, Unisfair and Digitell.

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