That is, we seek to understand if business training methods and educational directives are supported by e-learning, adaptive to e-learning, and provide the appropriate tools, training and resources to students and business professionals that may use E-learning as a training resource.
The research study expects to reveal opportunities businesses to develop E-learning training strategies. Management theory and E-Learning research are used to understand obstacles and opportunity in reaching training goals. This research proposes to identify significant E-learning technologies and their potential impact, and the values of opportunities that have an impact on the business training process with the conclusion to develop a strategy for business training development2.
Business management often involves stages that overlap between the training and employee growth, as well as knowledge and information management. Business needs traditionally include: cost management, scheduling, equity and debt. When a business hires an employee, that employee must be trained, and very often there are continuous training needs, like annual diversity training or monthly sales training.
The nature of the research proposal is to use input from multiple sources to understand and identify E-learning training management ...