The Business Case for E-Learning presents several case
studies that range from the challenges of learning in Africa to the
emergence of corporate knowledge-sharing communities. Case studies on
Toyota, BearingPoint, Element K, and other e-learning leaders
demonstrate how e-learning best practices can yield value for any
organization. One case study quantifies how Cisco Systems in one year
generated $16 in value for every dollar spent on an e-learning program.
Managers need to prove to companies that an e-learning program can result in demonstrable productivity gains. Through The Business Case for E-Learning,
you learn to avoid unnecessary trial and error with e-learning and take
advantage of the e-learning experience documented by authors Tom Kelly
and Nader Nanjiani.
You can visit the companion website for The Business Case for E-Learning at www.cisco.com/go/book/elearning.
This volume is in the Network Business Series offered by Cisco
Press. Books in this series provide IT executives, decision makers, and
networking professionals with pertinent information about today's most
important technologies and business strategies.