If you are new or with some experience in instructional design, it is highly probable that you have been learning from very old ideas about training and learning. These are traditional learning habits, costly processes and antiquated skills. Before you embrace and unknowingly take the plunge, consider today’s business realities that are considerably different from that of 5, 10, 20 or even 50 years ago. May I recommend that you take a fast-forward approach to today’s instructional design demands and challenges. Be current. Stay relevant. Add value. Benefit from the rewards.
Topics covered: ● A quick view of 100 years of instructional design. ● Where do instructional designers add value and where do they fail? ● What is driving the demand for Workflow Learning - the need to bring learning while doing work?
This is not the same as on-the-job training. ● How different are the skills in traditional, aging training design from Workflow Learning Design? ● How are companies implementing Workflow Learning? What are your opportunities? ● What are the metrics that show impacts of the new Workflow Learning Instructional Designer?