June 2002
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2002, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p177
Academic Journal
In a globalizing world in which competition is getting more difficult, the most important power for organizations is qualified workforce. The power of knowledge appears rather well when considering changes in business perceptions, new habits caused by technology, and innovations in business areas. To attain the knowledge providing competitive advantage, investments on personnel training gain importance. Along with changes in business areas, educational perceptions has been differentiated, and such concepts as continuous learning, on-line learning and distance learning have been emerged. This study presents some guidelines for organizations who want to educate their personnel by means of e-learning which reduces educational traveling costs, prevents time loses, and serves as an individual training platform.


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