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LEVERAGING E-LEARNING IN ORGANISATIONS: CHALLENGES, BENEFITS AND MODELS FOR ADOPTION
UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS) Conference Proceedings (2010)
  • Ugo C. Digwo
Abstract

Abstract This paper is an analytical review of the journey so far on e-Learning adoption by organisations, with a focus on identifying a model-based approach from existing research, and identifiable success factors. Every organisation needs to assess and identify where employee performance sits in their balanced scorecard in order to allocate sufficient resources, planning and strategy development for optimal success. This paper reviews the major trends in e-Learning for organisation while identifying critical elements that should be incorporated into every strategy framework or model developed. It discusses the need to adopt a pre-implementation analysis based on identifying organisational requirements, objectives and learning goals. There are current practices among leading organisations that are worth adopting as they are proven to be effective and have addressed some of the challenges faced by organisations adopting e-Learning. This paper is not a field research using any methodology, but simply a review of e-Learning models that best describes learning needs of both learners and organisations.

Keywords
  • Blended Learning,
  • Organisational Learning,
  • e-Learning,
  • e-Learning Models,
  • Best Practices,
  • Organizational e-Learning
Publication Date
2010
Publisher Statement
Recommended Citation Digwo, Ugochukwu; Oderinde, Dumebi; and Brown-Houston, Mildred, "LEVERAGING E-LEARNING IN ORGANISATIONS: CHALLENGES, BENEFITS AND MODELS FOR ADOPTION" (2010). UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2010. Paper 17. http://aisel.aisnet.org/ukais2010/17
Citation Information
Ugo C. Digwo. "LEVERAGING E-LEARNING IN ORGANISATIONS: CHALLENGES, BENEFITS AND MODELS FOR ADOPTION" UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS) Conference Proceedings Vol. 17 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ugo_digwo/1/