212 Delivering the Goods: Developing a Performance Support Proof of Concept

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, June 8



As a performance support professional, you “get it,” but what if your leadership doesn’t? How do you prove that PS is the way to address a business issue and move your organization toward innovation? This session will review a step-by-step framework for developing a proof of concept and demonstrate several budget-friendly tools you can use to make PS come alive.

Get your leadership on the PS train, and increase your credibility and value to your organization. In this fast-paced session, you will learn how to frame the PS discussion for leadership and apply it to your own challenge. You will view several budget-friendly tools and examples you can use to build your own proof of concept. You will also be invited to share insights and ideas with the group. A dynamic list will be developed as the session unfolds—and beyond.

In this session, you will learn:

  • A framework for developing a PS proof of concept
  • About tools for creating the proof of concept
  • Ways to use tools to deliver an effective PS proof of concept
  • About potential plans that you can apply to your own organization

Novice and intermediate designers and developers.

Technology discussed in this session:
Photo-collection sites, curation tools, and other social learning supports.

Candice Kramer

Senior Learning Consultant

Apply Learning

Candice Kramer, a senior learning consultant with Apply Learning, is an L&D professional who has been helping adults learn for over 30 years. Passionate about lifelong learning, she is the author of Success in Online Learning, the first support text written to assist adult learners returning to college using distance learning; it is based on her own experiences as a distance learner, faculty member, and academic advisor. A CPLP-certified independent consultant, Candice creates learning architectures for corporate clients, among them Cisco Systems, PBS, the US Army, the Internal Revenue Service, and the US Supreme Court.

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