Web-Based Organizational Training Research Paper by Research Group

Web-Based Organizational Training
An assessment of perceptions of the effectiveness and efficiency of web-based organizational training.
# 27363 | 9,181 words | 37 sources | MLA | 2002 | US


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Description:

This paper examines how one of the latest applications of information technology to organizational functions is the development of formal training programs that are delivered through the Internet or through organizational intranets otherwise known as web-based training. It proposes a research study to study the effectiveness and efficiency of these training programs in comparison to traditional organizational training.

Outline
General Background to the Study
Purpose of the Study and Target Audience
Statement of the Problem
Overview of the Remainder of the Proposal
Review of the Literature
Introduction
The Nature of Training and its Importance to the Organization
Traditional Training Programs
Traditional Training Techniques
Moving to a New Training Paradigm
Computer-Based Training
Preparing for Web-Based Training
Web-Based Training
Web-Based Training in Practice
Technological Considerations Related to Web-Based Training
Importance of Evaluating Training
Evaluating Web-Based Training
Conclusion
Methodology
Introduction
Population and Sample
Instrumentation
Data Collection
Analysis of the Data
Conclusions
Schedule
Appendix
Survey Questionnaire

From the Paper:

"Most organizations recognize the value of training; however, the contemporary business environment, as a consequence of globalization and other factors, dictates that these organizations structure training in the most cost-efficient way possible (?Training Trends to Cost Effectiveness,? 1997). For some organizations, the most cost-effective approach to obtaining high-quality training is through outsourcing, which increasingly may involve Internet-based training. Many organizations outsourcing training have ?been impressed with the results. Rather than keeping program designers, administrators and trainers on staff, they have worked with outside trainers who act as an off-site training department. These off-site providers partner with clients to perform a whole range of duties from assessing training needs, to designing appropriate solutions and providing administrative support."

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