Implementation of E-Learning and Corporate Performance: An Empirical Investigation

Chang-Yen Lai, Wen-Ching Liou


Research indicates that successful adoption of information systems (IS) to support business strategy can help the organizations gain superior financial performance. e-Learning can be defined as learning through information and communication technologies and it should include a mechanism for forecasting the actual expected benefits, converted to monetary values, and then comparing the benefits to the projected cost. This study focuses on the relationship between the e-Learning and organizationsâ?? financial performance and objective, using secondary financial data draw from the COMPUSTAT. The results indicate these firms significantly reduce cost, increase profitability after adopting e-Learning. The research outcome provides new insights into the productivity paradox associated with e-Learning adopters and helps applications of e-Learning across different organizations.


e-Learning;organization performance;performance evaluation

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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC) – ISSN: 1867-5565
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