Ow can E-learning play a strategic role in fast -growing global companies?

This is a project for a diploma in trainign and development.

The research will focus on the effectiveness of the E-learning tool as one of the most common learning tools adopted by many organizations, that consider E-learning as a quick solution rather than a process. It will concentrate mainly on how adults can maximize their learning benefit through E-learning

The central question is How to manage the e-learning in order to motivate the workforce to learn and develop?

The topic is linked to the relationship between the individual motivation and the individual learning, where parallel progress in both can achieve the individual alignment with the enterprise goals. I will argue the role and value of e-learning in achieving the required results. I will discuss Hertzbergs 2 factor motivation theory and how it affects the individual learning process, as well as Kolbs learning models and how can e-learning address different learning styles. Also I will discuss Kirkpatricks training evaluation concepts as an assessment tool in the e-learning process.

Please let the survey show as recently we have implemented an e-learning tool . randomly send questionnaires to the e-learners at the regional offices. I will sampling 2 groups and interview them, first group will be the consistent e-learners and the second group will include the registered employees for the e-learning service, but with no learning achievements what so ever. Please include your own survey findings from ASTD or CIPD

The project must be written in the following order
Introduction Context Literature review Survey conclusion references

The references are

Buckley, R and Caple, J (1995) The Theory and practice of traning, Kogan Page: London

Herzberg, f, Mausner, B adn Snyderman, B (1959) The Motivation to Work, John Wiley: New York

Kolb, DA (1984) Experiential Learning: Experience as the source of learning and development, Prentice Hall

Kirkpatrick, D L (1967) evaluation in training in craig and bittel (eds.) training and development handbook, Mc-Graw-Hill: London

Mullins, L (2002) Management and organizational behavior (6th edn), Prentice Hall.

Please let me know if you have any further questions