Lifelong Learning Process In Organizations In The 21st Century
Public sector managers now view e-learning as an important instrument for obtaining skill-based organizational outcomes. This paper examines the organizational determinants of e-learning: larger establishments with multiple public services, organizations that employ educated workforces and well-established internal labour markets are more likely to adopt an e-learning strategy. The influence of many such factors requires that a value-based analysis is undertaken to help organizations make optimal decisions about the choice of e-learning. Studies have shown that the use of e-learning can be a cost-effective solution in learning organizations. But it still requires senior management time to ensure that the potential is fully utilized. Value-based analysis must be the precursor to identifying the training needs of employees.
Volume (Year): 3 (2010)
Issue (Month): 38 (May)
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