By Marc J. Rosenberg
A follow-up to his best-selling E-Learning, Beyond E-Learning explains the most up-tp-date considering on how firms study and observe what they recognize to achieve success, and explores the more and more vital position that know-how performs, no longer as an result in itself yet as a necessary potential to get there. The publication additionally offers a transparent course for assisting to combine learning—including e-learning—knowledge administration, and function help, and may aid education pros and the businesses they serve transcend universal myths and misconceptions approximately education and e-learning, concentration training/learning actions without delay on organizational information, and enforce a framework which could (at final) be a catalyst for actual organizational studying.
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Rethinking E-Learning at H-E-B Grocery Organizations can defy the myths of e-learning and mitigate the warning signs. They can think creatively about how to use technology to enhance learning and performance. When they do, the rewards are there. But the result may not look like the e-learning they were familiar with. So companies, even those with little experience in e-learning, can succeed just by thinking a little differently. That’s what H-E-B Grocery did. San Antonio–based grocery company H-E-B operates hundreds of stores in Texas and Mexico.
It enables organizations to conquer both time and location in the development and support of employee skill and knowledge. It enables real-time content updating and facilitates the interconnectivity of people separated by time zones and organizational walls. Interoperability and security issues are being addressed and are no longer considered major barriers. Quality online training—what we have traditionally referred to as e-learning—continues to grow, as it should. • Believing that face-to-face classroom training is going away is both misguided and wrong.
IDC Research. (2003, September). S. corporate and government e-learning forecast, 2002–2007. Framingham, MA: IDC. 10. com) for contributing several of these myths. 11. Drucker, P. (2000, December). Interview. T&D Magazine, p. 27. In the Land of E-Learning Myths A Knight’s Tale Lance Dublin Myths began as invented stories that the ancient Greeks used to explain why things are, where things came from, who did something, and how human beings should be (that is, what human ideals and values are). Think of them as entertaining stories with a serious purpose.