e-Learning Predictions for 2011


This time of the year is always fun, when one tries to look forward and guesstimate how the year would shape up. Before putting down my thoughts for 2011, I thought I would check out how did my predictions for 2010 hold-up, which I posted around same time last year. Here’s what I posted last year  – S. No. Prediction….

Great Companies Listen To & Meet Customer Needs, Brilliant Ones Anticipate Them

Continuing with our Knowledge Sharing Series, we took great pleasure in chatting up with yet another stalwart of the e-learning industry – Mr. Bill Rosenthal.  He is the CEO of Communispond, which works towards actively developing communication skills to strengthen the talent within an organization. Bill has worked in learning domain for over two decades now. Among his many accomplishments,….

Predictions for 2010


In response to this month’s big question on LCB – e-Learning implementation and usage of different upcoming platforms is at different adoption level in different regions, and hence it becomes difficult to generalize how 2010 will pan out for our industry. I have thus categorized my thoughts on geographical basis. India – Skill Development Programs – Many government bodies at….

Size of Indian eLearning Industry and Growth Potential


This post comes from a question asked to me by a journalist on size of Indian elearning industry and its growth potential in coming few years. Based on our own market insights, inputs provided by industry analysts and data available in elearning directories, current Indian elearning industry landscape looks something like this – Indian elearning industry employs about 11,000 people….

A New Perspective to eLearning Prediction for 2009

In response to this month’s question on LCB –   There is not much to predict when recession is written on the wall – It is rather etched there in BIG & BOLD. This is particularly true when my area of interest is business prediction- and today it can be predicted in one word i.e. “RED”. Though there is an….

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