Good e-Learning are excited to announce our latest course 'New Companies Act 2016'. The course has been designed to give learners an overview, awareness and background of what the Companies Act is, how its laws and regulations impact on businesses in Malaysia, and what has been updated from previous legislation.
Good e-Learning are delighted to announce that we're a premium sponsor of The Open Group's 'Making Standards Work' event in San Francisco. We'll also be exhibiting at the conference so be sure to come down and say hello!
Read this blog about IT4IT's Relationship with ITIL and Other Practices and Standards by Good e-Learning's IT4IT expert Richard Moore to gain a better understanding of how IT4IT provides end-to-end model of how the IT function should be managed using an IT Value Chain approach.
A video guide explaining how the 5S Methodology of Lean can help to continuously improve your organization.
This blog is an excerpt from the forthcoming "Awareness Course for IT4IT" discussing how IT4IT is at the heart of the Transition from Digital Marketing to Digital Business.
It’s hard to imagine a world without social media, yet many academics still view Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as distractions rather than tools. But these resources can be harnessed to create more challenging and stimulating learning environments. So what apps could you be using to lighten your load and liven up your teaching?
Good e-Learning were proud to be primary sponsors of the Innovative Learning Conference, held this month in a building opposite the Houses of Parliament, London.
It's official - Good e-Learning are an accredited provider of ArchiMate 2.1 training! To find out more about our ArchiMate e-learning, just read more!
Good e-Learning are delighted to announce our attendance at The Open Group’s Enterprise Transformation Conference in Sydney 15th – 18th April by offering attendees the chance to win a free iPad and all new users that register on our website a 23% discount!
A survey by Ambient Insight Research has showed that the worldwide market for e-learning products was $32.1 billion (£20.5 billion) in 2010 and is expected to rise to $49.9 billion by 2015.
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