Taking the lead

Ross, Ken
June 2008
e.learning age;Jun2008, p24
The article outlines the most important skills gaps that training managers must be mindful of in the face of the dramatic areas of change in e-learning. According to the article, the beleaguered trainer is facing the balance of delivering great learning with the challenge of creating an even better e-learning. It also presents the views of three major e-learning companies on the pitfalls to avoid and provisions that should be made to ensure that they get it right first time when introducing tactics into the training mix.


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