Where is e-learning-and organizational learning in general-headed? What are the learning challenges and opportunities that organizations face as they depend, more than ever, on the talent and expertise of their people to win in the marketplace? What's the best role for technology to play? In this groundbreaking book, organizational and e-learning expert Marc Rosenberg addresses these critical questions and shows that real impact happens through a confluence of workplace learning and performance strategies-not just e-learning or classroom training. Beyond E-Learning offers a timely roadmap that integrates training, e-learning, knowledge management, collaboration, and performance support to help bring about successful and sustainable organizational learning and performance improvement. Beyond E-Learning follows Rosenberg's best-selling book, E-Learning, but goes further and deeper. It explains the most current thinking on how organizations learn and apply what they know to be successful, and explores the increasingly important role that technology plays, not as an end in itself but as a vital means to get there. This book goes beyond current practices, common myths and misconceptions about training and e-learning, and provides a clear path for taking advantage of an increasingly wider array of learning and performance approaches and technologies in the context of work. It focuses directly on leveraging organizational know-how, and presents a framework that can (at last) be a catalyst for true change in how organizations learn. This book is filled with illustrative case studies that explore an increasing variety of solutions now available to enhance learning and performance. In addition, Beyond E-Learning contains essays by some of the most prominent leaders in the field, including Jay Cross, Lance Dublin, Bill Horton, Elliott Masie, Kevin Oakes, Allison Rossett, and others.