How to successfully implement elearning globally

by | Sep 30, 2011 | Articles

 A new white paper for any multinational organisations looking to successfully implement learning technologies

Towards Maturity has worked with CERTPOINT SYSTEMS – one of Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors, to create a new free white paper to help multinational organisations get up and running faster.

The paper considers four areas to help you through the complexities of understanding how to work in a global context and takes a closer look at:

  • Governance Models
  • Implementation considerations ( including language, technical and branding tips)
  • Engagement
  • How to launch and roll out

For the first time , the paper also provides an insight from the Towards Maturity Benchmark on the successful implementation behaviours of multinational organisations.

Related case studies that help to bring the ideas to life :

  • A snapshot of e-learning implentation at Toyota
  • L’Oreal Case study – learning for all ( a CERTPOINT case study)
  • Why Black and Decker is using mobile learning today ( a CERTPOINT case study)

Other resources for global organisations can be found on the Towards Maturity site by following our Going Global tag.

You will need to log in or register to download this free white paper. We’ll also share  your email address with our colleagues at CERTPOINT who have helped develop this paper.

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