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80% Predict Increase in E-Learning in 2006

A Bersin & Associates research report reveals that e-learning comprised 33% of all workplace training in 2005 - up from 29% in 2004 and 24% in 2003. In addition, 80% of training and HR managers expect e-learning to continue to increase through 2006.

Bersin reports finding 4 clear stages of e-learning evolution - common across all industries and companies sizes:
  • Stage 1: Getting Started (cost savings, off-the-shelf courses, LMS implementation)
  • Stage 2: Expansion (blended learning, rapid e-learning, greater use of LMS, custom courses)
  • Stage 3: Integration and Alignment (governance, HR integration, performance management)
  • Stage 4: Learning on Demand (LCMS, performance support, search)
According to Bersin, most organizations' e-learning programs fall between stages 2 and 3. In stage 4, all digital learning assets (courses, references, help files, documentsm, presentations) are made available to learners on demand when workers needs them. Companies in this stage show a dramatic adoption of online books and references. Check www.bersin.com/stages for this report.

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