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Published on October 8, 2007

Author: iil07

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Successfully Implementing eLearning: the other 50% David Fell VP Business Development

AGENDA Software is only 50% of implementing a successful eLearning Solution? Industry experience Your experience Our Experience The other 50%

AGENDA

Software is only 50% of implementing a successful eLearning Solution?

Industry experience

Your experience

Our Experience

The other 50%

GROWTH Market Sizing: 2006 U.S. total training market $55.8B, $15.8B external products and services. Bersin 2007. 63% training groups indicate budget growth in 2006 Finance; Insurance; Technology; Health = + %10 spending %29 - %40 intend to upgrade LMS in next 12 months Cushing Anderson IDC predicts %10 – 15% growth in learning technology in 2007 Business Need: Learning Technology & Infrastructure a top priority for 40% of U.S. companies in 2007. Bersin 2007. 3 million person workforce shortage in NA by 2016 – IDC In the next five years, roughly half of the U.S. work force will be eligible for retirement, creating knowledge gaps that education and training will need to fill.

Market Sizing: 2006 U.S. total training market $55.8B, $15.8B external products and services. Bersin 2007.

63% training groups indicate budget growth in 2006

Finance; Insurance; Technology; Health = + %10 spending

%29 - %40 intend to upgrade LMS in next 12 months

Cushing Anderson IDC predicts %10 – 15% growth in learning technology in 2007

Business Need: Learning Technology & Infrastructure a top priority for 40% of U.S. companies in 2007. Bersin 2007.

3 million person workforce shortage in NA by 2016 – IDC

In the next five years, roughly half of the U.S. work force will be eligible for retirement, creating knowledge gaps that education and training will need to fill.

 

CHALLENGES “ Woodill (2004) argues that the disappointment in e-learning to date is the result of several factors, including: “speed to market” of poorly conceived products, a focus in the e-learning industry on the wonders of new technology rather than good instructional design, boring online materials, a lack of understanding of the learning process by software developers, and a lack of understanding of the unique teaching advantages of electronic networked media.”

CHALLENGES

“ Woodill (2004) argues that the disappointment in e-learning to date is the result of several factors, including: “speed to market” of poorly conceived products, a focus in the e-learning industry on the wonders of new technology rather than good instructional design, boring online materials, a lack of understanding of the learning process by software developers, and a lack of understanding of the unique teaching advantages of electronic networked media.”

CHALLENGES “ A further reason for the problems with e-learning has been a common failure to follow sound e-learning project management principles (Pasian and Woodill, 2005). Often this is because e-learning projects are given to people without any experience or training in project management. As Mayberry (2004) has noted, most often it is instructional designers who are required to serve the dual roles of designing educational materials and project management.”

“ A further reason for the problems with e-learning has been a common failure to follow sound e-learning project management principles (Pasian and Woodill, 2005). Often this is because e-learning projects are given to people without any experience or training in project management. As Mayberry (2004) has noted, most often it is instructional designers who are required to serve the dual roles of designing educational materials and project management.”

STATISTICS Elearning Guild – 360 LMS Report 2007: 29.58% of respondents plan to upgrade their LMS in the next 12 months. www.TrainingOutsourcing.com : More than 25% of the survey’s respondents currently used multiple LMS’s within their organizations. Of these, more than 75% said they plan to consolidate systems, and more than 75% plan to perform this consolidation within the next year. The top factors cited as driving the need to consolidate are the centralization of learner data (77.8%), improved reporting (68.9%), improved content integration (64.4%) and improved integration with other enterprise applications (62.2%). Rather surprisingly, only 40% of respondents cited reduction of technology costs as a business driver.

Elearning Guild – 360 LMS Report 2007: 29.58% of respondents plan to upgrade their LMS in the next 12 months.

www.TrainingOutsourcing.com : More than 25% of the survey’s respondents currently used multiple LMS’s within their organizations. Of these, more than 75% said they plan to consolidate systems, and more than 75% plan to perform this consolidation within the next year. The top factors cited as driving the need to consolidate are the centralization of learner data (77.8%), improved reporting (68.9%), improved content integration (64.4%) and improved integration with other enterprise applications (62.2%). Rather surprisingly, only 40% of respondents cited reduction of technology costs as a business driver.

 

MASIE – LMS 2007

Your Experience What are some of the critical success factors in implementing an eLearning solution? How many people feel that they have successfully implemented an eLearning solution? How many people have had challenges? What are the challenges?

What are some of the critical success factors in implementing an eLearning solution?

How many people feel that they have successfully implemented an eLearning solution?

How many people have had challenges?

What are the challenges?

MASIE – LMS 2007

 

Implementation Solutions Map 2007 0% 50% 75% 100% 125% Core Functionality Common to all LMS 10% Unique Features - Multiple Communities- - Configurable - Custom Reports - Portal Integration - eCommerce Educational Strategy HR Strategy Governance Strategy Business Analysis Project Management Strategic Account Management Your Goal! 100% Successful eLearning Implementation

CONCLUSIONS? Software is only 50% of implementing a successful eLearning Solution? THANK YOU

Software is only 50% of implementing a successful eLearning Solution?

THANK YOU

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