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THE MCKINSEY 7S MODEL FRAMEWORK FOR E-LEARNING SYSTEM READINESS ASSESSMENT

@inproceedings{Alshaher2013THEM7,
  title={THE MCKINSEY 7S MODEL FRAMEWORK FOR E-LEARNING SYSTEM READINESS ASSESSMENT},
  author={A. Alshaher},
  year={2013}
}
These study it is necessary to can be used as a theoretical foundation upon which to base decision-making and strategic thinking about e-learning system. This paper proposes a new framework for assessing readiness of an organization to implement the e-learning system project on the basis of McKinsey 7S model using fuzzy logic analysis. The study considers 7 dimensions as approach to assessing the current situation of the organization prior to system implementation to identify weakness areas… Expand

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