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Organizational Readiness for E-learning — developed by Ryan Watkins

In its many forms, e-learning has become an integral part of the business and public sector models that shape the training and professional development services in many of today’s organizations. As a result, there is a growing recognition that implementing an effective e-learning program requires both a model for strategic alignment of e-learning initiatives as well as a systemic framework for linking the various dimensions of e-learning together to ensure success.

Whether e-learning in your organization includes just a limited number of vendor-purchased online courses or the year-around management of international professional development events delivered via satellite, assessing your organization’s readiness for successful e-learning is an essential step in shaping programs that lead to valuable accomplishments. Thus, find out what the readiness is before rushing into implementation.

The Organizational E-learning Readiness Self-Assessment is a first-of-its-kind tool for assisting organizational leaders and managers with the essential questions for guiding the multidimensional implementation and management of e-learning systems.

The self-assessment, whether completed by individual leaders or multiple project partners, offers useful guidance in asking and answering the essential questions to e-learning success. Even if your e-learning programs have been running for years, it is always a good time to re-assess the role e-learning can play in the achievement of your organization’s goals and objectives.

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Sample Reporting


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