E-LEARNING IN ENTERPRISE: CHALLENGES FOR INTRODUCTION
Keywords:e-learning, IT, enterprise, factors
AbstractDavid Starr Jordan said: “The world stands aside to let anyone pass who knows where he is going”. The same principle stands for companies – a company that can change in a highly competitive environment and in the current economic situation will be able to maintain its competitiveness. Nowadays, the only way how to be successful is to be able to adapt to constantly changing internal and external business environment conditions and to oversee and find original solutions to significant business issues and challenges. One of the most modern tools that help companies develop their business is an e-learning.
Among specialists, there is no common understanding about e-learning and there are very different views on the "e-learning" concept and importance. An analysis performed by the authors, dealing with the forms of e-learning at organizations, showed that a computer is not always used in the implementation of e-learning (the authors of the paper consider that the concept of a computer is too narrow and in reality does not reflect the current situation of e-learning). As a result of analyzing, evaluating, and combining various definitions of e-learning that are provided in different sources, the authors have created their own definition of e-learning: e-learning nowadays is the process of personnel training and skill development on the basis of modern information and communication technologies, providing the trainees with the simultaneous audio, visual and interactive stimuli.