E-learning is no panacea. Many people can point to failed software and drop-out rates as high as 75 percent. But even with some of the bloom off the e-learning rose, seeing only thorns is foolish. E-learning has much to offer any organization, especially global organizations with emerging products and technologies and far-flung employees.
One reason to revisit and appreciate e-learning: knowledge management. The big-tent definition of e-learning includes functions traditionally associated with