September 2001

Reliability/Training

Improving equipment reliability through e-learning

It will change the way people work, learn, communicate and solve problems

Aronen, R., Bouden International; Dierssen, G., IndustryUptime

E-learning addresses the challenges process companies will face in the near future. It will change working and learning and dramatically improve equipment reliability throughout the process industries. Several technical, financial and cultural commitments are required to successfully implement e-learning. "In times of change, it is learners who will inherit the organization. And those who refuse to learn will find themselves well-equipped for an organization that no longer exists." (Kenneth T. Derr, Chairman and CEO, Chevron) The process industries will migrate to daily Internet use to rapidly build the knowledge and expertise of personnel and to greatly expand communication of data and

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