Statistics Show the Power of Online Learning
Posted on 24 July 2015
Boring. Cumbersome. Not as good as learning in person. e-Learning has been labeled many things over the years. But recent research and studies have revealed that online learning is a lot more effective--and significantly more powerful--than many realized.
In fact, research data shows that companies who implement e-learning into their training experience increased productivity, faster learning curves, smarter employees and higher profitability.
And e-learning is growing in popularity as well. E-Learning magazine reported that more than 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies are using technology to train.
Below, we've provided you with links to studies on the effectiveness of e-Learning so you can read how it can be used to improve the effectiveness of your training strategies.
A study done by IBM shows that e-learning can boost productivity by as much as 50 percent.
A learning benchmark by Towards Maturity shows that eLearning is improving the time to employee competency, speeding up roll outs and enhancing the talent of the organization's teams.
Learn how companies using e-learning have 26 percent higher revenues than companies who are not using it.
Learn how eLearning is helping organizations reduce training costs
Learn how the $52 billion e-learning industry is growing quickly because of its ability to implement at low costs as well as how it increases employee engagement.