6 Reasons Why eLearning Projects Fail

Businesses have started to move rapidly towards employing e-learning to build better processes. However, the success rate of e-learning projects has been on a slightly lower side. Every business has its own view as to what project failure is, but in general we consider a project as failure when it does not go according to the expectations, and does not deliver what was required. Since nobody likes to talk about failure, most of these incidences get swept under the carpet as a result of which only a few lessons are learned from such project failures.

In order to make more e-learning projects successful, the companies need to identify the reasons behind failure first, and then find a cure for them. As Bill Gates once said, “It’s fine to celebrate success, but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.”

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