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Technology-Based Training: Global Strategies for Learning

  • ID: 42864
  • May 1999
  • Region: Global
  • 83 pages
  • American Productivity & Quality Center, APQC
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Since its invention, the flight simulator has exemplified how technology can be
used to provide relevant and cost-effective training. In the 1990s, many companies have seized on this example and attempted to migrate and expand the concept into the private sector. The first organizations to plunge into these uncharted waters were members of an elite club: huge corporations with significant training budgets. Left out of the mix were a majority of other organizations that, for reasons of cost or complexity, chose instead to dabble in distance learning but with little strategy or purpose. Today, using technologies such as the Internet, corporate intranets, CD-ROMs, and videoconferencing, employees are able to learn from around the world—and at a
fraction of the time and cost. The benefits don’t end there, as many studies have shown that new learning technologies increase learner achievement, forcing even the most traditional organizations to take notice. Technology-based training (TBT) is no longer a choice, but a competitive necessity.

STUDYING BEST PRACTICES IN TECHNOLOGY-BASED TRAINING

The purpose of this multicompany benchmarking study was to discover READ MORE >

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- Sponsor and Partner Organizations

A listing of the sponsor organizations in this study, as well as the best-practice (“partner”) organizations that were benchmarked for their innovation and advancement in leveraging the use of technology in training.

- Executive Summary

A bird’s-eye view of the study, presenting the key findings discovered and the methodology used throughout the course of the study. The findings are explored in detail in following sections.

- Foreword

An introduction to the topic of technology-based training and the study’s findings from the subject matter expert.

- Key Findings

An in-depth look at the 12 key findings of this study. The findings are supported by quantitative data and qualitative examples of practices employed by the partner organizations.

- Partner Organization Profiles

Background information on the partner organizations, as well as their innovative practices in using technology in training.

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