Building a Corporate University in Your Firm Elaine Pomfrey eLearning Consultant Littler Mendelson, P.C. Friday, October 10, 2003 10% of computer’s potential 29 offices 1 trainer Littler’s Business Need in 1999 Create a Vision Develop a Plan Design Course Catalog
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Littler Mendelson, P.C.
Friday, October 10, 2003
1 trainerLittler’s Business Need in 1999
Develop a Plan
Design Course Catalog
Measure the ImpactThe Steps
What is your vision for your firm’s corporate university?
Focus groups determined proficiencies
Proficiencies grouped into customized Learning Profiles for each job type
Attorney – Staff
Secretary – Legal Information Staff
Paralegal – Acctng - GL/Financial Reporting
Administration – Document Processors
Accounting – Part-timers
If you had a corporate university, what specific courses would be in your course catalog?
Instructor Led - ILT
Documentation - QRG
Asynchronous: online courses
Synchronous: webconferenceDelivery Methods
Learning Management System
MS Office - NETg
Macromedia Authorware & FlashContent
Pay attention to culture.
Be specific in your marketing.
Find e-learning champions.
Get learners’ managers involved.
6. Brand your program.
7. Don’t stop with the launch: Keep communicating.
8. Tie e-learning to consequences.
9. Give learners enough time and space.How to Market eLearning
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-- Andrew S. Grove
CEO, Intel Corp
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