Stuck in inflexible pages, much of today’s learning material remains trapped in traditional formal vehicles like eLearning courses or presentations. As a result, learning content—and the time and effort that goes into it—is often poorly leveraged. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
There are several advantages that e-learning brings in and organizations are seeking ways to determine the Return On Investment (ROI) that can clearly establish the gains they will accrue. This article outlines what ROI is, how it can be computed and more specifically, how it can be increased.