What Return On Investment Does e-Learning Provide?

What Return On Investment Does e-Learning Provide?


Measuring and converting training impact to solid bottom-line results is not a widespread practice. Most organizations that want to justify expenditures on e-learning look to forecasting potential returns based on performance impact, while also employing some assumptive and widely accepted conversion rates.

Measuring the actual impact of learning in performance and monetary terms, however, is well within reach. Check out this short white paper to explore how to best measure ROI from e-learning, and get answers to frequently asked questions such as:

  • Why do organizations invest in e-learning?
  • Are investments in e-learning mission-critical? 
  • Are executives looking for bottom-line justification for e-learning investments? 
  • How do organizations justify e-learning expenditures in terms of cost and ROI?
  • And more
28 Aug 2012
30 Apr 2010
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