Conclusion: No solution comes shrink-wrapped and perfectly adequate so that it can be considered complete and that is true of e-learning. If the implementation of e-learning in the workplace has stumbled the two guidelines below will assist in getting better results:

  1. Ensure that the e-learning process is continuous – not constant – but persistent for all employees over time;

  2. Test, test, test, not just the e-learning software package but also what the users thought of it as much as the content of the program.

If e-learning is viewed as a process, not just a one-off event, it will become part of the working schedule and also integral to the productivity of the organisation.

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