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E-learning and Organizational Culture
The success of an e-learning initiative depends as much on the people and culture of the organization as it does on the technology used. Several corporate

example of organizational structure  In the previously mentioned example of the initiative requiring everyone in the company to have a personal development plan, when people discovered that there were e-learning courses available for free , they built them into their plans and started taking the courses. The personal development plan and e-learning each contributed to the success of the other. Factors that Support E-Learning The following factors support e-learning. A CEO who believes Corporate change initiatives A central training

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