Alternatives to Classrooms
American Society for Training and Development, Mar 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 16 pages
This Info-line will give you the tools to better manage organizational learning in a world moving toward e-learning and other just-in-time strategies. It will help you build a strategic plan based on the needs of your learners and provide classroom-training alternatives that will give you flexibility in terms of your resource allocation. Moreover, you will explore how to determine which classroom training alternatives are best for your organization using a whole systems view.
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