Anita Rosen, President of ReadyGo, has worked with a number of companies assisting them to integrate current business goals and objectives into successful Internet strategies.
In e-Learning 2.0, she explains what works and what doesn't, thereby offering businesses a best-practices guide for obtaining return on their investment.
This book discusses the subjects most crucial for any company's well-being, including how to get a bigger bang from e-Learning investments, how to properly integrate new technologies into existing initiatives, how to evaluate what is currently being done, and how to provide leadership and direction for future projects.
Using examples of successful companies which have made the most of e-Learning (e.g. National Semiconductor, Telefónica, and the Texas Department of Transportation,) Rosen shows companies how to:
Define an e-Learning strategy
Identify the best technologies and processes to effectively implement the e-Learning strategy
Manage large, complicated, or new e-Learning initiatives
Get buy-in from trainers, managers and learners
Measure and evaluate training
What you will walk away with:
An understanding of elearning technologies and trends
A familiarity with the technologies needed to create an e-Learning 2.0 initiative
Realistic use of e-Learning to meet business objectives
Creation of an e-Learning business plan to meet the company goals
Ability to turn the concept into a clearly articulated direction
Concepts to identify and manage the people and technologies involved in creating e-Learning