Ministry of Propaganda

Ministry of Propaganda - 18/Mar/2004: "e-learning for a dispersed workforce"

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e-learning for a dispersed workforce

Politicians and managers like to take about the need to improve the qualifications of the workforce, in particular IT skills.

But what's a good solution if a companies workforce is distributed on a remote Hebridean island, in the far north-east of Scotland and in Scotland's smallest city in the Highlands? And the headquarters are in West Lothian. That's the challenge Glenmorangie had to face.

Glenmorangie implemented e-learning on their intranet and is starting to open it up to the community. Sounds like a good approach to me. As long as it doesn't replace human interaction and learning together completely.

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Entry trivia

Dodgy picture of the moment:

Picture of Armin and Imke feeding deer

Probably not much learning involved here. Certainly no e-learning.

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