One of the more interesting features of the American economy is that very little of it is standardized. While all organizations work to obtain more of the same item, the dollar, most companies don't conform to the same model or even use the same internal language in their pursuit of additional dollars. Consequently, this makes collaborations and communications difficult.
However, when companies that want to do business with each other need all of their workers and staff members to be on the same page, they can all use the same eLearning software. Unlike traditional training methods, which will always differ slightly due to instructors and settings, eLearning will almost always be the same for separate workers, even if they're thousands of miles apart and working in very different conditions.
For example, an organization that maintains offices in different parts of the country (let alone on different continents) can make sure all personnel are trained using the same software. This ensures that practices, vocabulary and tools are all used in the same way. Another instance of eLearning standardizing things is when multiple businesses need to collaborate. If leaders and planners all agree to have their personnel trained in similar ways, there's nothing stopping these different companies from working together in perfect synergy.
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