Many organizations continue to build annual business plans predicated on how they did business last year. This is an old approach for a new, radically changing world – faster production cycle times, deeper technical skill set requirements, and cross product selling strategies. It is imperative that organizations examine their business and find opportunities to optimize or innovate or they will perish. One area ripe for opportunity is in the area of employee development and performance management. Corporations have discovered that these opportunities are best realized through the development of a Learning Strategy.
E-Learning Strategy is a roadmap for the introduction and deployment of learning technology. The key to a successful eLearning plan is that the strategy should be predicated on a solid business case. This business case will articulate revenue opportunities and cost savings associated with the deployment of learning technology. Examining this move towards learning in business terms will engender the support of company executives – critical to the success of any enterprise initiative. As the business case is developed, a strategy can be devised that reflects the various priorities uncovered during the business analysis process.