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Implementing a system in the global village

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Abstract:

When MSAS decided to improve further the processing of freight forwarding and tracking transactions by the introduction of new information technology (IT), the need for an effective and efficient training programme emerged as one of the key determinants of the project's success. Describes the implementation of an information technology solution from the training perspective in Australia, Singapore and the UK. Also examines the key operator concept used to support training in each of the regions and the employee reaction to the training methodology, computer-based training (CBT).

Keywords: Computer-based training; Experiential learning; Freight forwarding; Information technology; Mentoring; Process innovation; Production systems; Training

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/00400919510079582

Publication date: 1995-02-01

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