Large organizations turn to e-learning to train their employees, considering the advantages it offers over conventional training methods. Training managers however, are aware that implementing e-learning comes with its own set of challenges.
Today in most companies, IT department has become a most essential component. It plays a key role in effectively using latest technologies to overcome the various business challenges. But why we need the cooperation of IT department for a successful e-learning implementation?
You analyze your business challenge and the training needs of your employees and decide to implement e-learning in your organization to reap its benefits. But you observe that the results are not as expected. You observe your employees, rather than embracing the new age learning solutions, are apprehensive of taking the online courses.
The World Wide Web and latest technological innovations have influenced how learning and training takes place in organizations. E-learning is one learning format that has given learners control of how and when they choose to learn. It also helps organizations reach out to a geographically dispersed workforce at the time of need. Most importantly, it has the potential to cater to the ever-growing and changing demands of businesses at lowered training costs.
Understanding is the key behind successful coordination and cooperation among the employees of an organization. The difference in opinions and perspectives gives rise to the need for effective communication among the employees. But there might be some barriers hindering the needed communication among the employees such as cultural, language, perceptual, physical and emotional barriers. A few steps can be taken to overcome these communication barriers.
CommLab India has celebrated its annual loyalty celebrations on March 26th, 2016. CommLab India is proud of its loyal employees, vendors and believes in thanking them for their loyalty by hosting a huge event every year where every employee is awarded, motivated and applauded in the presence of their families and friends. Family members are appreciated for their support that enables employees to give their best.
CommLab India a leading e-learning organization or rather a closely knit family – as the employees would like to call it, delights in every achieved milestone, celebrates the successes and strives for continual improvement. In the year 2015-16, CommLab India has pulled in 20 new global customers, delivered more than 500 hours of e-learning in 30 international languages, conducted 1500 hours of collaborative learning and more.
Last week we celebrated CommLab India’s annual loyalty day. As one of the leading global learning solutions provider, CommLab India is committed to empowering people and businesses worldwide with great learning. Founded in 2000, the company has grown rapidly over the last 10 years and now has 100+ delighted organizations in 30+ countries. RK Prasad and Ayesha Habeeb Omer, Co-Founders of CommLab India thanked a total of 130 employees for their loyalty to the company. Here is the speech in verbatim made by Mr. RK Prasad:
Product training is always vital, whether from a sales point of view or from the users point of view. There are two aspects of Product training; one from the perspective of sales and the other from the perspective of users. Handling clinical application products mainly used by physicians, nurses, and technologists requires knowledge and the skills to obtain optimal results from the clinical product.
According to a recent statistic, the global eLearning Market is expected to reach $107 billion by 2015.
E-learning is being implemented by many organizations as a method to deliver trainings to its employees such as product training, compliance training and more. How does an organization determine the need for e-learning? There are a few questions which can determine whether a certain organization would benefit from adopting e-learning such as what functional areas are impacted by the business change, what the profiles of target audience is, what the allocated budget and timeframe is and more. These questions will paint a clear picture as to what type of goals an organization aims for and would e-learning help in delivering those goals.