How to implement e-learning in smaller companies

Tesotin, Arupa L.
November 2010
CMA Management;Nov2010, Vol. 84 Issue 7, p12
Trade Publication
The article offers tips on how to carry out electronic learning (e-learning) among smaller companies. It mentions that it is easy for small business companies to implement e-learning, which increases employee knowledge and skills, hence, managers, employees and businesses benefit when provided with training opportunities. It also notes that the company can expect to have a performance benefit and a better relationship with employees.


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