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Performance-centered Design: Avoid the Learning Death Spiral
Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2013 - March 13, 2013
Chief Learning Strategist
CEO/Chief Learning Evangelist
APPLY Synergies & Co-Founder of the 5 Moments of Need Methodology
Many learning-design models are based upon theories and practices that date as far back as the mid-’50s. Research shows that a training-only model yields ineffective performance and transfer over time. It’s not that training is bad; it’s just that it’s incomplete. It’s not a performance-based model. If we don’t change our methodologies and design approaches, we are destined to achieve the same results, and minimize our effectiveness and importance to the organization over time.
Participants in this session will learn a new performance-centered design model that allows learning departments a systemic way to adapt their current approach into one that is performance centered to create effective training and include performance support. It takes into account all current learning assets and helps designers broker an effective end-to-end learning approach that addresses all five moments of learning need: when learning for the first time, when learning more, when trying to apply and remember learning, when keeping up with change, and when solving a problem.In this session, you will learn:
- How to adapt a traditional learning-development approach to a performance-centered model
- How to address multiple learning outputs in one single design
- How to administer a rapid-development design process that keeps up with the rapid pace of change we face today
- How to better broker existing learning assets through performance support
- How to communicate the five moments of need to your enterprise to gain buy-in
Intermediate and advanced designers, developers, managers, and directors with a strong understanding of traditional instructional design for classroom and eLearning.
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