Global Journal of Commerce & Management Perspective
Open Access

ISSN: 2319–7285


A Perspective on Reorganizing Learning System from Traditional Learning to E-Learning

Ms. Neha Singh

In this globalized world the need for reorganizing the education system is getting a great importance. With its increasing importance good vibration and life for higher education is generating in India too. The new era of technology enabled education or ‘e-Learning’ is displacing the outdated traditional methods of learning. Change appears to be the only constant in the field of information and communication technologies and what was avant-garde two years ago is today passé. If coping with such rapid change in the field is getting increasingly difficult and complex, it is even more difficult when one tries to simplify the concepts and processes and help learners who have to grapple with effective educational delivery. E-Learning is a broader term than ‘on-line learning’ and ‘m-learning’. The uniqueness is that, it provides the learner the opportunity to learn anytime, anywhere. Technology is increasingly changing our lives. It was the emergence of the desktop computer, now it is the Internet. It enables the ordinary person to have access to neverending quantities of information and knowledge. Technology and the Internet empower individuals and facilitate a more active role in the educational process. The Internet has transformed the way people shop and the manner in which businesses conduct transactions with each other. It is changing the way enterprises gain competitive advantage through improved human performance. But some enterprises have to face the problem that e-learning technologies, methods and strategies have mostly been developed for the needs of large enterprises and cannot be exactly transferred to their needs. A critical challenge faced by the organizations is the dilemma of maintaining the capabilities of both efficiency and flexibility of the technologies adopted by them. Recent evolutionary perspectives have suggested that patterns of organizational stability and change can be achieved only with the reorientation of the learning system of the organizations. This paper argues that a learning model of organization has to reorient to gain sustainable development and uses an e-learning framework to reduce the competitive pressure between organizational strength and change.