Measuring the Effect of E-learning on Job Performance

Measuring the Effect of E-learning on Job Performance

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Utilized by corporations, the balanced scorecard approach was followed to track the alignment of online training with organizational goals. This approach includes a method to develop a measure such as strategy maps that depict overall organization strategic themes to improve the link between training and corporate strategy.Simulation, gaming and interactivity can ramp up e- learning adoption and motivate its use. ... Creamery ice-cream storea#39;s online training game teaches portion control and customer service in a cartoon-like simulation of a Cold Stone store.

Title:Measuring the Effect of E-learning on Job Performance
Author: Heidi Kramer
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007

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