Corpus ID: 10633054

Successful E-Learning in Corporations

  title={Successful E-Learning in Corporations},
  author={Edward T. Chen},
  journal={Communications of the IIMA},
This paper seeks to explore the concepts and best practices of successful e-learning in corporations. It will first describe what e-learning is as well as its history in relation to educational models. A brief introduction will cover the variety types of e-learning. The paper will then provide information on e-learning limitations such as various standards, lack of infrastructure and architecture, and at length discuss employee motivation and cultural resistance to e-learning. Organizational… Expand
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