Training Magazine’s Online Learning Conference 2014 Chicago Sept 21-22, 2014
Venue: McCormick Place South
Training efforts are often viewed by management as a line expense for a specific period. Rarely is any type of training activity considered an investment apart from specific tangible elements. eLearning initiatives, however, are considered investments since they require tangible financial requirements including technology and supporting infrastructure viewed as “capital expenditures.” Learn about financial literacy tools used to build a comprehensive financial structure to support your eLearning projects and to gain senior management buy-in. Learn to:
Apply financial tools to build an effective case for elearning.
Communicate elearning expectations into tangible business results.
Ajay Pangarkar, Performance Strategist, Author, CentralKnowledge Inc.
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