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Making E-Learning More Than Pixie Dust

March 5, 2003
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An e-learning program can be a cost-effective alternative to classroom training, but it also can be a huge waste of time and money if it's not implemented correctly. Three organizations show how to do it right.
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Short Job Description for a Training Manager

March 5, 2003
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A summary of the eight responsibilities of one training manager.
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Everyone Feels Equal at Yarde Metals

December 30, 2002
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Craig Yarde says, "If we can get people working together as a team, we can accomplish anything."
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New Homeland Security Agency Brings Huge HR Changes

December 18, 2002
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The Homeland Security Act creates a new senior-level position of chief human capital officer.
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Training That Keeps Liability at Bay

August 8, 2002
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It is commonly believed that if you train your employees, the company is safe from lawsuits. But if training is ineffective, the company may find itself in trouble.
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Four Steps to Building E-Learning Success

August 8, 2002
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Your timeline is tight and your budget even tighter. Here's a plan for researching, testing, and launching an e-learning program under strict time and money contstraints.
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Measuring the ROI of E-learning

August 8, 2002
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It isn’t always easy to prove the worth of digital learning. Here are three companies that learned how to quantify results.
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E-Learning Builds Customer Loyalty

August 8, 2002
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Reynolds and Reynolds can't imagine trying to get its staff up to speed on its products using stand-up trainers.
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More Training for Less Money

August 8, 2002
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The State of Oregon is seeing people in training that it hasn't seen in a long time, because for the first time, attending training is convenient.
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Proving 900 Percent ROI

August 8, 2002
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The ROI for e-learning internally at Cisco is 900 percent per course.
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