Web-Based CorporateTraining Research Paper by The Research Group

Web-Based CorporateTraining
The importance of training, theory and practice, techniques, traditional vs. computer methods, effectiveness, objectives, Internet, technology and evaluation.
# 14355 | 3,375 words | 14 sources | 1999 | US


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Training is one of the most critical aspects of a company's operations, yet it is also one of the most problematic. Companies, particularly large organizations, must develop ways to ensure that existing and new employees receive information that they need to perform their jobs at the appropriate time and in an appropriate manner.

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"Introduction
Training is one of the most critical aspects of a company's operations, yet it is also one of the most problematic. Companies, particularly large organizations, must develop ways to ensure that existing and new employees receive information that they need to perform their jobs at the appropriate time and in an appropriate manner. They cannot receive the information too soon, or they will forget it; if they receive it too late, they will have already learned the material in a less effective manner. Computer-based training is one way that companies have tried to eliminate the need to have an instructor in front of a classroom full of students, but the World Wide Web has recently become an important tool in expanding computer-based training technology. This research examines Web-based training and how companies are using it to ..."

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