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Making a Business Case for E-Learning

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Proving your case to the stakeholders within your organization can be one of the hardest steps in developing an e-learning program. Use the following worksheet to outline your ideas and establish a sound business case for an e-learning program.

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About the Authors
Manjit Sekhon

Manjit Sekhon is director of design and development at Intrepid Learning. She has led teams of learning consultants and instructional designers in the execution of e-learning and instructor led course development projects. Her work has included new hire orientation, technical training in the banking and financial services industries, as well as soft skills and leadership development subject areas.

Darin Hartley

Darin Hartley is uniquely qualified to be your guide to social networking. A training professional for over 20 years, he is currently director of client development at Intrepid Learning Solutions, a provider of learning solutions to businesses worldwide. His background includes positions with ASTD, Dell Computer Corporation, Lockheed Martin, and General Physics Corporation. A popular speaker, Hartley has keynoted for several learning and training conferences including ASTD and the International Society for Performance Improvement. He has authored four books and holds degrees in corporate training and training management. Hartley resides in Seattle.


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