Personal development empowerment through ICT in corporate learning: A case study of two developing cities in China

Sanches Lam, Kin Fai Ho


Human development despite faltering economic development has been taking place in China where is one of the fastest growing countries in the world. While the formal government sector continues to play an important role, it is the growth of private participation in providing suitable ICT training, especially to the socially and economically under-privileged that appear to have provided the impetus for growth in qualified professionals. This paper argues that the use of ICT in corporate education and training is likely to empower their employees skill sets. The results of this study, which apply two Chinese cities as a case analysis representing the use of ICT could be an effective teaching tool for multi-national corporate learning in developing cities. The authors also have developed a 4Is framework for discussion.


ICT, Empowerment, China, Corporate Training

Full Text:


International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC) – ISSN: 1867-5565
Creative Commons License
DBLP logo EBSCO logo Learntechlib logo MAS logo Google Scholar logo Ulrich's logo