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Running head: 1 Robert Miley University Of Phoenix
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In order to gain the greatest return on investment from any technology implementation, in the end users must understand how to use the product to its fullest capabilities. Delivering the right training at the right time requires choosing a learning approach that will move an organization toward its strategic objectives and then deploying the training as effectively as possible. In the past, training has typically been delivered in an instructor-led format in classrooms or on the job and has not been scalable in terms of cost, resources, and time away from the job. As a result, most organizations have struggled with delivering training to as many people and for the appropriate duration as was truly needed to achieve the greatest benefit. With the advent of technology-based training, many early adopters have attempted to replace instructor-led training with this new form of learning. While there were many advantages to this first phase of online learning, there were some limitations that diminished its
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course BUSINESS 317 taught by Professor Jackhandy during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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