Modeling Course for Open Distance Learning (ODL) in Artificial Intelligence e-Learning for Leadership and Business Success


Open distance learning is often associated with characteristics such as assertiveness, dominance, and competitiveness. This study investigates how interactive open distance learning can benefit students by helping them build stronger relationships with education providers, foster a more inclusive workplace culture, and improve overall team performance, thus helping education business survive. The results of this study could have important implications for open distance learning development programs and training, as well as for promoting diversity and inclusivity in education provider positions and sustain education business in the future. By understanding the relation between leadership style, gender, and authenticity, organizations could develop more effective open distance learning strategies and be viewed as more authentic and effective by their team members and public. ODL planning helps education providers work more efficiently and effectively, thus growing the organization.

Keywords: open distance learning, leadership, business planning

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